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by as@aeo » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:31 am

Hi,

last week I wanted to show a friend a virtual tour created with panotpor pro. I create it every time with the additional html-files for apple-products. She started the tour and the failure notice said that she has to install the flash-player. It was not her PC, so she did not install the Flashplayer. I wasn't able to show her the tour. Why doesn't the tour automatically switch to the html-file like Iphone and Ipad do? I think it should be no problem that every tour with html- and swf-file can be played off- and online on each device..

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by mediavets » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:59 am

as@aeo wrote:Hi,

last week I wanted to show a friend a virtual tour created with panotpor pro. I create it every time with the additional html-files for apple-products. She started the tour and the failure notice said that she has to install the flash-player. It was not her PC, so she did not install the Flashplayer. I wasn't able to show her the tour. Why doesn't the tour automatically switch to the html-file like Iphone and Ipad do? I think it should be no problem that every tour with html- and swf-file can be played off- and online on each device..

thx
Adrian

Currently the HTML file created when building a tour comprising both Flash and HTML/javacsript (iDevice compatible) versions invokes a script that detects the brwoser user-agent of the platform being used to view the tour. If it detects an iDevice browser user-agent it will load the HTML/javascript version of the tour, in all other cases it will attempt to load the Flash version of the tour.

On a PC running the Safari browser you can test this by changing the browser user-agent setting, which will toggle between the two versions of a tour.


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