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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 5:14 pm 
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Which solution do you prefer?
1 - http://ftp.autopano.net/tmp/demoThumbIntro/thumbnailBling.swf
2 - http://ftp.autopano.net/tmp/demoThumbIntro/thumbnailOut.swf
3 - keep thumbnail out of screen until clicked
4 - keep thumbnail in until clicked


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 5:36 pm 
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to be honest:
to have the choice inside APT to choose the one preferred... (and this may in different projects be sometimes 1,2,3 or 4)

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gkaefer wrote:
to be honest:
to have the choice inside APT to choose the one preferred... (and this may in different projects be sometimes 1,2,3 or 4)

Georg

I agree.

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gkaefer wrote:
to be honest:
to have the choice inside APT to choose the one preferred... (and this may in different projects be sometimes 1,2,3 or 4)

Georg

I agree as well. Is there a way to get the thumbnails to scroll?


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Both should be an option within APT with additional option of some animated text or flashing graphic/arrow on the bar which can read "click here for thumbnails" so if the bar shows by default & then slides back after few second the user would still know & can see the animated text, if the bar is off by default same is applicable to it.

Thumbnail scrolling is a very much required feature specially when you have more than 10-12 images in a tour. By providing scrolling we can exactly set size of thumbnails we want, on large screens set with higher resolution its very much required feature.


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digipano wrote:
Both should be an option within APT with additional option of some animated text or flashing graphic/arrow on the bar which can read "click here for thumbnails" so if the bar shows by default & then slides back after few second the user would still know & can the animated text, if the bar is off by default same is applicable to it.

Thumbnail scrolling is a very much required feature specially when you have more than 10-12 images in a tour. BY providing scrolling we can exactly set size of thumbnails we want.

I agree will all of the above comments.

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I like the way the thumbnails work/animate in this pano:
http://www.ciudadcubica.com/JJosePedroCasa/

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