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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 1:23 pm 
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Hello to all forum-members,

This is my first post, hope there will be more in the future.
After years of using Tourweaver from Easypano, I've think to make a turn to PanoTour Pro.

Before purchase I have some questions:
- when I buy version 1.8, do I need to pay a fee for a upgrade to 2.0?
- are project files made in version 1.8 compatible with v2.0?
- is it in the new version possible to make pop-up windows (see my VRtour at http://www.museumhavencafe.nl) ?

I have already asked this question to Kolor, unfortunately till now no response.

Curious to your response,
kind regards,

Harry.
http://www.vrtour.eu


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HarryA360 wrote:
Hello to all forum-members,

This is my first post, hope there will be more in the future.
After years of using Tourweaver from Easypano, I've think to make a turn to PanoTour Pro.

Why?

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Before purchase I have some questions:
- when I buy version 1.8, do I need to pay a fee for a upgrade to 2.0?

Probably - a Kolor software product upgrade is typically only free if purchasing after release of first public beta.

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- are project files made in version 1.8 compatible with v2.0?

Don't know.

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- is it in the new version possible to make pop-up windows (see my VRtour at http://www.museumhavencafe.nl) ?

Don't know.

First public presentation of PTP 2.x will be in mid June at the IVRPA conference in Iceland.

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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 3:45 pm 
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Hi Andrew,

Thanks for your response.

Why to switch over, is long story.
In brief, it’s not possible anymore to build a proper VRtour in the latest versions :(

In relation to Panotour, I follow the site of the IVRPA conference.
Hope they will place some videos of the newest version and his possibilities.

Till then, I´ll be wait to the announcement of the first public beta.

Thanks,

Harry.


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