That is, when the link is clicked from the “voxxseattle.com” homepage, the tour opens automatically in this “full screen browser” window with it’s own URL. The browser tabs, etc are not obscured by the tour, which I find to be ideal for opening new tabs from tour hotspots. Also it behaves very well in landscape mode in iOS.
When the link is clicked from my homepage “dev.parallaxpoint.com”, it’s displaying the standard layout for my Elegant Themes theme, with the tour displayed in a limited window, as specified with PanoPress settings and/or shortcode. The reason I don’t know how to execute the VoxxSeattle version, is that a 3rd party developer implemented that version without passing on to me how it was done. I'm not a coder of any kind, but when looking at the source code for the VoxxSeattle version, it doesn't look all that complicated.
I've been told by the Wordpress community that I need to apply some custom CSS to my premium theme in order to force all elements (html, body, container, and in this case my PTP .swf file) to 100%.
If anyone happens to know how to do this with a Custom CSS snippet, please fire away as I don't know how long I'll have to wait for Elegant Themes to get back to me about the implementation. (Elegant Themes offers a small text input box in the admin section for inserting custom css snippets for your theme)