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Hotspots tiny on phone, huge on desktop?

by pgielen » Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:50 pm

The size of hotspots looks fine on a desktop screen, but they are tiny and almost invisible on my smartphone. How do I make them responsive so that they are visible on small screens without making them huge on a desktop? Or is it possible to make PtP use hotspots on a big screen and automatically switch to another way of navigating on a small screen, e.g. a (hideable) bar with thumbnail images of the panoramas?

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Re: Hotspots tiny on phone, huge on desktop?

by mediavets » Wed Feb 19, 2014 2:06 pm

pgielen wrote:The size of hotspots looks fine on a desktop screen, but they are tiny and almost invisible on my smartphone. How do I make them responsive so that they are visible on small screens without making them huge on a desktop? Or is it possible to make PtP use hotspots on a big screen and automatically switch to another way of navigating on a small screen, e.g. a (hideable) bar with thumbnail images of the panoramas?


Responsive platform-conditional UI plugins are in the development pipeline.


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