Peter Stephens wrote:Hello,
I've been working on a virtual tour of a rugby stadium and have a few questions.
Here's a link to the tour (work in progress) http://www.peterstephens.co.uk/virtual_ ... -tour.html
I'm trying to get simple black rectangle to come out of the side of the logo for the dropdown menu to sit on, but can't get it to look the same on both desktop and my tablet (in this case an iPad).
Any idea how I can solve this issue?
Regarding the dropdown menu, my original plan was to have two of them. One for the stadium tour and the other for the conference centre tour. I couldn't work out how to do it, is it possible? Ideally I wanted something a little more customised than the standard dropdown menu, expect I will have to go into the code to do that? Something like the menu in this tour I produced http://www.peterstephens.co.uk/virtual_ ... l-tour.php
I don't appear to have a full screen button on the iPad version, how do I get this to show?
Apart from that, has anyone any ideas how to improve on what I have produced here with Panotour?
I haven't produced a large project with this software before as I usually use Pano2VR which I find easy to customize, wanted to give this a go.
Peter Stephens wrote:
The floorplan took me ages to get to work, for a while it was only showing part of it and I had to drag the graphic around to see it all. It's on 80% width and 70% height now which appears to work though it's not centred to the tour when it pops up.
Here's a screen shot of my settings, what am I doing wrong?
http://www.peterstephens.co.uk/virtual_ ... hot-03.jpg
Peter Stephens wrote:Thank you for taking the time to look, I will have another play around with it soon. I did have a go at making it larger, but it looked strange on the flash version yes. I'm #### at coding, so I can't see that being an option.
Yes I might be best using Pano2VR for this project which I am more competent with, though Panotour has many benefits to me over it hence using it. It's much more simple to link all the images up in a visual way with Panotour, adding popup photos and video is easier as is adding Google maps, compass, thumbnail stacks etc... etc... There are benefits of understanding both software packages and I'm trying to learn more about this one. I will probably be using Panotour more often now as I find it much quicker, though using Pano2VR for my more complex projects.
mediavets wrote:That means I live with the limitations of the current version of PTP and lobby (persistently) for other features I'd like to be added to the GUI.
mediavets wrote:And yes, there are still 'teething problems' with attempting to bridge the gap between Flash and HTML5, but it's come a long way since PTP 1.8.
klausesser wrote:afaik PTP2 doesn´t provide multires for pads . .
mediavets wrote:klausesser wrote:afaik PTP2 doesn´t provide multires for pads . .
Kolor has already announced that multi-res for mobile platforms will be added to PTP 2.x as soon as it is in final release form from krpano, which it isn't yet.
benji33 wrote:Multi-res is under develop on Panotour 2.0 for the main 2.0 release. It's a long task which need many validations tasks so it isn't implemented yet in Panotour beta versions.
Wait for an RC (release candidate) version.
benji33 wrote:Build generate the tiles and xml so if the image "equi" file is valid I don't see any problem.
benji33 wrote:Probably for an existing project the "Rebuild all tiles" will have to be check for a working project on multi-resolution.
The multi-res HTML5 should available before the end of month.
Peter Stephens wrote:Is there a way to directly access any of the 360vr's in the tour from an external webpage? There are a few images in this tour that my client would like to link directly too, such as the hospitality suites. I know how to do this via creating a new html page with a new starting point in Panotour but it's a bit long winded, would be nice to be able to access any of the images without doing this.
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