StubbsyNZ wrote:Tricky one to explain...
When using the multi-level floor plans option, if you have more than one group on the same floor plan, there is an issue with the map spots. I've tried numerous ways around it, but I think it must be a glitch.
When you associate a map spot to a group rather than a pano, this should include all the panos in this group. I have a large VT where this isn't the case, i.e. when you view the floor plan from the second, third, fourth etc, panos in a group it reverts back to the main plan, instead of the plan associated to the group through the map spot.
Of course, it is possible to associate a floor plan to every group, but then you have duplicate floor plans in the drop down menu.
The VT I have has 19 groups (for a ski resort).
If anyone has found a solution for this, please let me know. Otherwise, this is probably one for PTP 2.1.
In your tour what determine whether scene belongs to a particular group? I presume it isn't location or you would not have several groups on one floorplan?
StubbsyNZ wrote:Yes, I have just uploaded it... http://360queenstown-wanaka.com/media/v ... ll-resort/
I'm not sure what you mean with your question...In your tour what determine whether scene belongs to a particular group? I presume it isn't location or you would not have several groups on one floorplan?
The groups are specified in PTP, and linked to my map spots on the floor plans and hot spots within the panos. In real life the groups are different trails on a ski resort - the panos different places on each trail. I hope that makes sense.
StubbsyNZ wrote:Yes, some of the panos are associated correctly, but some are not.
The quickest way to see my problem, is to click on the green hotspot from the load pano taking you to the beginner area. Now load the floor plan (trail map) and it loads the correct floor plan. Now click on the next green hotspot taking you to the second pano in that group and load the floor plan again - you'll see it diverts back to the main floor plan.
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