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What am I missing to get zoom to behave?

by desert guy » Thu Apr 03, 2014 7:04 pm

So this seems like there must be something basic I am missing. I can set the min and max zoom on a full spherical panorama and it will behave as I would expect. When I try to set the min and max zoom on a flat image I do not get any difference in behavior. Meaning when I publish locally (not online yet) I cannot zoom in on the image.

For example one flat image is set to max zoom 130% and min zoom 75%. Published (even rebuilding all tiles) tour doesn't allow anything besides a slight zoom out and no zoom in.

What the heck am I missing?

windows 7 64bit panotour pro 2.0.1

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Re: What am I missing to get zoom to behave?

by mediavets » Thu Apr 03, 2014 8:08 pm

desert guy wrote:So this seems like there must be something basic I am missing. I can set the min and max zoom on a full spherical panorama and it will behave as I would expect. When I try to set the min and max zoom on a flat image I do not get any difference in behavior. Meaning when I publish locally (not online yet) I cannot zoom in on the image.

For example one flat image is set to max zoom 130% and min zoom 75%. Published (even rebuilding all tiles) tour doesn't allow anything besides a slight zoom out and no zoom in.

What the heck am I missing?

windows 7 64bit panotour pro 2.0.1

What are the pixel dimensions of your planar image?


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