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Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Previous Next Dots

Previous/Next Dots Preview



Previous/Next Dots Properties


Side dots that allow user to browse between panoramas.

info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: No

Only one instance of this plugin can be added to your tour.


Display

  • Background Color: You can select the plugin background color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project background color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Display tooltips: Check to display tooltips on mouse hover.
  • Previous scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the previous button.
  • Next scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the next button.


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Behavior

Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.


Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Previous Next Strips

Previous/Next Strips Preview



Side strips that allow user to browse between panoramas.

Previous/Next Strips Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: No

Only one instance of this plugin can be added to your tour.


Display

  • Foreground Color: You can select the plugin foreground color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project foreground color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Background Color: You can select the plugin background color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project background color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Display tooltips: Check to display tooltips on mouse hover.
  • Previous scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the previous button.
  • Next scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the next button.


Action Triggered

Select which action to apply when the user clicks on a strip.

  • Go to Previous or Next Panorama
  • Go to Previous or Next Group


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Behavior

Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.

Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Previous Next Tabs

Previous/Next Tabs Preview


Side tabs that allow user to browse between panoramas.

Previous/Next Tabs Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: No

Only one instance of this plugin can be added to your tour.


Display

  • Foreground Color: You can select the plugin foreground color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project foreground color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Background Color: You can select the plugin background color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project background color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Display tooltips: Check to display tooltips on mouse hover.
  • Previous scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the previous button.
  • Next scene tooltips: Enter text you wish to display when user hovers the next button.
  • Display tabs background: Checkbox to show/Hide background circles around arrows.


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Behavior

Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.


Skins

With the dropdown menu, you can select a skin to change the plugin color style.


Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Simple Button

Simple Button Preview



Simple button that can trigger actions on a user's click. Button can be an image or a Flash file (*.swf).

Simple Button Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: Yes

This plugin can be added in multiple instances on your tour. However, it is recommended not to add too much plugin instances that may be obtrusive for your visitor.


Position

  • Square with dots: sets the position and alignment you wish on your tour for the plugin. Available positions are top left, top center, top right, middle right, bottom right, bottom center, bottom left, middle left and center. Available alignment are horizontal or vertical.
  • Offset: Number of pixel between the plugin border of the viewport. x values adjust horizontal offset and y values adjust vertical offset.


Display

  • File: Select the file you wish to use as a button. Supported image files are *.png, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif and Flash files *.swf.
  • Tooltip: Enter the text you wish to display when the visitor hovers the button.


Size

  • Width: Set the width in pixels or percents of your button. Percents are based on user's viewport.
  • Height: Set the height in pixels or percents of your button. Percents are based on user's viewport.


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Actions triggered on click

Actions area


  • Many actions can be assigned to the user's click on this plugin, learn all the actions available on the following Actions page.
  • You can add actions on this plugin by clicking plus button button.
  • You can remove actions on this plugin by clicking minus button button.
  • You can order up (higher position, higher priority) the actions by clicking on up arrow button. Actions are sequentially triggered.
  • You can order down (lower position, lower priority) the actions by clicking on down arrow button. Actions are sequentially triggered.


Behavior

  • Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.
  • Increase button size on mouse over: When checkbox is checked, enlarges the button size when user hovers it.
  • Increase button opacity on mouse over: When checkbox is checked, increase opacity of the button when user hovers it.


Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Social Button

Social Button Preview


Displays a single social button to share or like the tour on the following social networks:

  • Facebook Like button
  • Google +1
  • Twitter


Social Button Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: Yes

This plugin can be added in multiple instances on your tour. However, it is recommended not to add too much plugin instances that may be obtrusive for your visitor.


Position

  • Square with dots: sets the position and alignment you wish on your tour for the plugin. Available positions are top left, top center, top right, middle right, bottom right, bottom center, bottom left, middle left. Available alignment are horizontal or vertical.
  • Offset: Number of pixel between the plugin border of the viewport. x values adjust horizontal offset and y values adjust vertical offset.


Display

  • Social Network: Drop-down menu to choose which social network button you wish to display. Available choices are:
    • Facebook Like button
    • Google +1
    • Twitter
  • Specific URL: By default, the tour URL is used automatically, but you can specify your own URL if you wish.


Facebook

  • Button Action: Drop-down menu to choose which type of Facebook button you wish to display:
    • Like: Displays a "like" button type.
    • Share: Displays a "share" button type.
  • Button Layout: Choose the layout of the button:
    • Button
    • Button with horizontal counter: Displays the number of "likes" next to the button.
    • Button with vertical counter: Displays the number of "likes" next to the button.
    • Button with informations: Displays the number of "likes" and informations about the likes.
    • Icon: Only with "Share" button action.
    • Icon with Text Link: Only with "Share" button action.
    • Text Link: Only with "Share" button action.
  • Show Faces: Checkbox that appears according to the button action and layout choice. Allows to choose to display or not profile photos below the button.
  • Button Width: Only with "Button with informations" layout. Adjust the button width in pixels.
  • Application ID: Can be left blank or filled with the Application ID of a Facebook page (found in developer mode)
  • Referral Tracker: A label for tracking referrals.

Twitter

  • Button Layout: Drop-down menu to choose which type of Twitter button you wish to display:
    • Button
    • Button with horizontal counter: Displays the number of "tweets" next to the button.
  • Via @: Enter the text that attributes the source of a tweet to a Twitter username.
  • Specific Text: Enter the title of the Tweet. If empty, the page title is used.
  • Hashtag: You can specify a hashtag (without #, just text).
  • Button Size: Choose a button size:
    • Standard
    • Large


Google Plus

  • Button Action: Drop-down menu to choose which type of Google+ button you wish to display:
    • Share
    • +1: Displays the number of "likes" next to the button.
  • Button Layout: Choose the layout of your Google+ button:
    • Button
    • Button with horizontal counter : Displays counts horizontally next to the button.
    • Button with vertical counter: Displays counts vertically next to the button.
    • Button with informations: Displays Google+ informations in relation with the button.
  • Button Size: Choose a button size:
    • Standard
    • Small
  • Button Width: Only with "Button with informations" layout. Adjust the button width in pixels.




Behavior

Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.


Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png Toggle Button

Toggle Button Preview



Toggle button is a 2 states button that can trigger actions on a user's click (first state) and then trigger other actions on its second state. Toggle Button needs 2 files that can be images files or a Flash files (*.swf) for its 2 states.

Toggle Button Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: Yes

This plugin can be added in multiple instances on your tour. However, it is recommended not to add too much plugin instances that may be obtrusive for your visitor.


Position

  • Square with dots: sets the position and alignment you wish on your tour for the plugin. Available positions are top left, top center, top right, middle right, bottom right, bottom center, bottom left, middle left and center. Available alignment are horizontal or vertical.
  • Offset: Number of pixel between the plugin border of the viewport. x values adjust horizontal offset and y values adjust vertical offset.


Display

  • 1st State File: Select the file you wish to use as the first state button. Supported image files are *.png, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif and Flash files *.swf.
  • 1st State Tooltip: Enter the text you wish to display for the first state button when the visitor hovers the button.
  • 2nd State File: Select the file you wish to use as the second state button. Supported image files are *.png, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif and Flash files *.swf.
  • 2nd State Tooltip: Enter the text you wish to display for the second state button when the visitor hovers the button.


Size

  • Width: Set the width in pixels or percents of your toggle button (for the 2 states). Percents are based on user's viewport.
  • Height: Set the height in pixels or percents of your toggle button (for the 2 states). Percents are based on user's viewport.


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Actions triggered on click (first state)

Actions area


  • Many actions can be assigned to the user's click on this plugin, learn all the actions available on the following Actions page.
  • You can add actions on this plugin by clicking plus button button.
  • You can remove actions on this plugin by clicking minus button button.
  • You can order up (higher position, higher priority) the actions by clicking on up arrow button. Actions are sequentially triggered.
  • You can order down (lower position, lower priority) the actions by clicking on down arrow button. Actions are sequentially triggered.


Actions triggered on click (second state)

Same possibilities as Actions triggered on click (first state).


Behavior

  • Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.
  • Increase button size on mouse over: When checkbox is checked, enlarges the button size when user hovers it.
  • Increase button opacity on mouse over: When checkbox is checked, increase opacity of the button when user hovers it.


Logo-panotour-pro-150px.png WebVR Button

WebVR Preview



Displays a button that can trigger an action to open the VR Mode.


logo Panotour Viewer Live examples


EnterWebVR Button Properties


info To add a plugin from the plugin library to your project, double click on it


Multiple Instances: No

This plugin can be added once on your tour.


Position

  • Square with dots: sets the position and alignment you wish on your tour for the plugin. Available positions are top left, top center, top right, middle right, bottom right, bottom center, bottom left, middle left and center. Available alignment are horizontal or vertical.
  • Offset: Number of pixel between the plugin border of the viewport. x values adjust horizontal offset and y values adjust vertical offset.


Display

  • Use a custom icon: Unchecked by default, this option allows to use a custom icon for the enter VR button. Supported image files are *.png, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif and Flash files *.swf.
  • Icon color: You can select the icon color with the built-in color picker or select a project color in the dropdown menu. Project background color is defined in Project Properties > Color
  • Tooltip: Enter the text to display when user hovers the enter WebVR button.


Size

  • Width: Set the width in pixels or percents of your toggle button. Percents are based on user's viewport.
  • Height: Set the height in pixels or percents of your toggle button. Percents are based on user's viewport.


Tooltips Style

In this area you can customize the default appearance of tooltips for your whole tour.

  • Text Font: Click to open a window to customize font family, font size, font weight, font effect. Please see important notice about font style display.
  • Text Color: You can select the font color and opacity with the built-in color picker.
  • Background:
    • None: No background color.
    • Color: You can select the default tooltip background color with the built-in color picker.
  • Border:
    • Width: Enter the tooltip default width in pixels.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip border color with the built-in color picker.
  • Effect:
    • None: No tooltip effect.
    • Shadowed: Select the shadowed effect as default tooltip effect.
    • Color: Select the default tooltip effect color with the built-in color picker.


Web Safe Font Families: Important Notice About Font Style

Recommended use of web safe font families

Please note that font you choose will may not display correctly on your users device. Font family you select has to be implemented on users computers/devices. Accordingly, prefer web safe font families like:

  • Georgia, serif
  • Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Palatino, serif
  • Times New Roman, Times, serif
  • Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif (Recommended for readability and compatibility).
  • Arial Black, Gadget, sans-serif
  • Comic Sans MS, cursive, sans-serif
  • Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif
  • Lucida Sans Unicode, Lucida Grande, sans-serif
  • Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Trebuchet MS, Helvetica, sans-serif
  • Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif
  • Courier New, Courier, monospace
  • Lucida Console, Monaco, monospace




Behavior

  • Respond to show/hide controls request: Checkbox to make the plugin reactive to a show/hide request action triggered from itself or another plugin.


Advanced

  • Available only on mobile device: Check this box to display the enterVR button only on mobile device.










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