Beavie wrote:This is what I see when I upload thru my ftp
Beavie wrote:I wish there was a straight forward anwser as it look to be costing people (including myself) a lot of time running in circles. To be clear...
If you have the trial version you cannot upload a working .swf or .html file for view? You have to purchase the product first? (which makes sence, but the information is nowhere to be found saying it)
"The trial version is not limited in time: you can use it as long as you like. In terms of features, the main limitations are the presence of a watermark on the rendered images and the unability to save a project file. You can therefore try all the image-stitching features, color and geometry corrections and all other features before purchasing the application."
This is all I've found
someonelseisusingmyname wrote:From Tjelen www.virtualphotoservices.com
is it posable to list on form the exact way to up load my tour to the server?
for some reason when up loading the ftp connects and then shows a loading bar that states (Cancel or up loading) this will run on for hours if you let it, so how do you simply up load your tour to the server?
What I need to do is run on all platforms PC and iPhone and whatever else it will run on
the Tour software runs great on my machine and Local drive but when uploaded i receive a error
INFO: Panotour Pro Version 1.8.0
INFO: krpano PT 1.7 (build 2012-02-20)
INFO: Flashplayer WIN 18.104.22.168 ActiveX
INFO: registered to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ERROR: download of "http://virtualphotoservices.com/341LeonardLaneArlingtonHeightsdata/graphics/combobox.swf" failed
or I get when loading
Fatal: http://virtualphotoservices.com/341LeonardLane.xml - loading error (IO ERROR)
any help getting this to run will be appreciated,,, I know Im doing something wrong but not experienced enough to fix been trying for three days now and I would like to get the problem solved
Thank you guys very much if you can help
someonelseisusingmyname wrote:so if the web builder that I use isn't any good I admit it has it's draw backs but
The way that I'm looking at the file is in its directory on the server and the web building page is pointing to the group of files thats linked.
When the group of files is uploaded something breaks for some reason,
The files work great when on the local disk just like they are advertised
I have tried your FTP and the web builders FTP called BlueFTP and Filzilla they all have the same result
someonelseisusingmyname wrote:this copied from the properties box
no it still does not work
tried what you told me to generate a generic Html
and when loading the swf file I receive at least an error
Thank you but didn't work yet at least I get a black screen with an error code now Tj
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