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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 6:46 am 
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Hey Gang. So I am pretty much down with the the project update.

It works great offline, everything is functional and everything works.

BUT when I upload it to my FTP and test it out ONLINE, it gives me a "Loading Error (IO Error)" when loading one of my Panoramas where a specific HTML file is. I have attached the screen shot so this can be observed my closely. Previously, about an hour ago, i had the SAME issue, but it was with a different HTML file in the same project. its weird as hell because i didn't change anything I simply just re uploaded them. I have never had this problem before and i do not know whats causing it.

please help I need to turn this project in Soon!!!


P.S. here is the project link : http://www.acmbphotography.com/Ruskniga/build/Saint-Petersburg.html

It happens when i try to go to "Talking Books and Sheet Music" Panorama.
Thanks for all your help guys!

-Max



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Hello,

I got a "404" error when trying to display the wanted page : http://www.acmbphotography.com/Ruskniga/build/musbooks.html
Is this file uploaded on your server ?

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bdd wrote:
Hello,

I got a "404" error when trying to display the wanted page : http://www.acmbphotography.com/Ruskniga/build/musbooks.html
Is this file uploaded on your server ?

Gérald

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OK this time I got to view the tour.

Your problems is that you have capitalised the filename - see screenshot 2.

But the filename is not capitalised in the link - screenshot 1.

Always avoid mixed case in directory and filenames; stick to lower case to avoid problems.

Windows is not case senstive but all *nix dervied operating systems are case sensitive.





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Ahh! thanks guys! Ok i am gonna try to export it again when i get to the office and let you know if it works.

Thanks!

-Max

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Hey guys, so i fixed the problem by renaming all of the HTMLs with small letters. Check it out:
http://www.acmbphotography.com/Ruskniga/build/virtualtour.html

I do also have another questions, my stats for each panorama are:

Cube Face Size: 1400
Cutting Size: 641,516 and other numbers. ( Should they be the same for each Panorama?)
Max Preview: 800
Jpeg Quality: 7

I feel like i have been cutting down the quality and its still loads very slow. I want to to work smoothly and fast. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

-Max

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:30 pm 
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Octavias wrote:
I feel like i have been cutting down the quality and its still loads very slow. I want to to work smoothly and fast. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

-Max

What is the typical bandwith of Internet connection used by poeple likely to view the tour?

I have only about 1.5 Mbps ADSL and I think the performance is acceptable.

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Well I am running on the same thing and mine take a bit slower to load if i deleted all my Cache.

How can i improve the performance?

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