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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 9:45 pm 
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Hi. I want to have thumbs of pano pics apply only to the panorama they are on. Is that possible? Graham


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Hi. I want to have thumbs of pano pics apply only to the panorama they are on. Is that possible? Graham

I don't understand - you want just the one thumbnail of the currently displayed panorama?

What would be the purpose of that?

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:41 pm 
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I guess an example would be to show only thumbnails of panoramas that can be reached from the current panorama. So when you click a thumbnail, you arrive in a new panorama and a different set of panoramas can be reached from that room, hence a different set of thumbnails are shown. Makes sense! Good idea I think myself, will put it in panotour future.

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As well as the universal thumbs that are seen on every panorama I want to have a set of different thumbs on each separate panorama. This is so I can show the same panoramic scene but at different times of day. eg dusk,morning, afternoon, evening and night.


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QVT wrote:
As well as the universal thumbs that are seen on every panorama I want to have a set of different thumbs on each separate panorama. This is so I can show the same panoramic scene but at different times of day. eg dusk,morning, afternoon, evening and night.

I suggest you use the Map (not Panotour Maps) feature to do this.

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I want to use exclusively on each panorama some thumbs that link to other panoramas. The map may be a way of linking to certain panoramas but is not as user friendly as thumb links exclusive to each pano. Another workaround would be to use the polygonal link and put a picture in but then the picture would revolve with the tour.


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you can try to change them from the data file

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Yes.........write it in code using KRPANO. Just set the appropriate image for each hotspot or thumbnail. You can use quite elaborate nested IF THEN constructions in KRPANO .XML.

http://krpano.com/docu/actions/#if

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