f I open an APT 1.1.0beta 7 project
save it under new named project without any change in settings
export result to a new created empty directory (which takes very long time! - def.longer than creating a new project with same source pano and unsing high quality preview in 3d editor! - so activating "Limit Zoom to image rsolution" under View options is like a turbo)
a black page is shown like this one attached in case a flash was embedded as Display->object->...swf (rectangle hotspot) ...(the sound of the embedded swf is running)
... without embedded flash object all works!
We did not change the way to handle flash hotspots, so if it was working in beta7 and is no more working now, I would attribute this to the change of version of krpano.
PS: New Feature "No limits in export resolution" - how to achieve this? any option to activate, any screw or bolt to press?
is it this 3D Editor option "High Quality" or the options under "view parameters"
Nothing to do on your side : export was before limited to 200MPixels per pano (quite big though), no limits are applied now. You just have not to forget pushing the "compute optimal size" button in Pictures Parameters, as usual.
looking at one exported flash (html fullscreen rotation template) and using highest preview and using limit to imageresolution gives following effect:
max zoom to an object is in fullscreen modus much less than using the max zoom in normal view modus. see screenshots...
the zoomed bubble is in normal modus is 117 pixel and in fullscreen modus only 100 pixel wide if maximum zoom is used...
Limit zoom to image resolution is a krpano side feature. You must be aware that when you project a cube to your screen, as it is done in krpano viewer, border textures are stretched, thus pixels too. So krpano limits borders pixel to screen pixel (no stretch). In your case you seems to have a different aspect ratio between normal and fullscreen, this may explain the tight difference.