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Create clickable submenus

by AH360 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:21 pm

I wonder if there is a way to create submenus, to better organize my Tours.

For example, this Tour (it was not create ​​by me, but I greatly admire their work)

http://www.sferica.com.br/cases/jardim_botanico/index.html

If you click the first button, "MAIS FOTOS", a submenu will appear with linked buttons.

The only way to do it would be through the XML code? If yes, where and how could I modify the code to have something similar?

Also, how to do this slide effect, left to right?

I hope anyone can give me a help on this.

Regards,

Akio

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Re: Create clickable submenus

by mediavets » Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:13 pm

AH360 wrote:I wonder if there is a way to create submenus, to better organize my Tours.

For example, this Tour (it was not create ​​by me, but I greatly admire their work)

http://www.sferica.com.br/cases/jardim_botanico/index.html

If you click the first button, "MAIS FOTOS", a submenu will appear with linked buttons.

The only way to do it would be through the XML code? If yes, where and how could I modify the code to have something similar?

Also, how to do this slide effect, left to right?

I hope anyone can give me a help on this.

Regards,

Akio


Take a look at the Panorama menu plugin; you cannot reproduce those effect exactly but you should be able to do something somewhat similar.

And check out the Notifications plugin - which enables the creation of pano-specific buttons via the GUI (amongst other things):
http://dev.alexpopov.me/panotour_plugin ... -JFTWNoios

If you want to reproduce the example exactly you are into hand coding. I 'lazy' and prefer to work within the capabilities (and limitations) of what can be achieved via the PTP GUI.

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Re: Create clickable submenus

by AH360 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:42 pm

Thanks for your tips, but still looking for something more similar the example I sent.

I really think it will have to be hand coding, but as I'm not an expert XML programmer, I don't know where to start.

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Re: Create clickable submenus

by benji33 » Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:33 pm

http://krpano.com/docu/actions/#tween for animation.

All the rest is full hand-coding.

We have on our TODO list an HTML5 plugin which have List items + ComboBox abilities with a possible display on the fly of the panorama thumbnail. But it will be available much later.

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Re: Create clickable submenus

by charal3 » Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:12 am

mediavets wrote:
AH360 wrote:I wonder if there is a way to create submenus, to better organize my Tours.

For example, this Tour (it was not create ​​by me, but I greatly admire their work)

http://www.sferica.com.br/cases/jardim_botanico/index.html

If you click the first button, "MAIS FOTOS", a submenu will appear with linked buttons.

The only way to do it would be through the XML code? If yes, where and how could I modify the code to have something similar?

Also, how to do this slide effect, left to right?

I hope anyone can give me a help on this.

Regards,

Akio


Take a look at the Panorama menu plugin; you cannot reproduce those effect exactly but you should be able to do something somewhat similar.

And check out the Notifications plugin - which enables the creation of pano-specific buttons via the GUI (amongst other things):
http://dev.alexpopov.me/panotour_plugin ... -JFTWNoios

If you want to reproduce the example exactly you are into hand coding. I 'lazy' and prefer to work within the capabilities (and limitations) of what can be achieved via the PTP GUI.


Hey I interesting in this plug in but i don"t see any realization using it do you have any example ?


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