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by klausesser » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:17 am

. . . "designed" these mega-ugly navigation buttons? :rolleyes:
Can i put in the old ones and my self-made ones - or will i get a conflict with paths, names and so on?


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by mediavets » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:41 am

klausesser wrote:. . . who in all heavesn "designed" these mega-ugly navigation buttons? :rolleyes:

If you find out I'll hold him and you can hit him. ;)
Can i put in the old ones and my self-made ones - or will i get a conflict with paths, names and so on?
best, Klaus

As I understand it you can create - and use - your own 'themes' with Panotour Pro; but I think that the components that make up Panotour 'themes' are not quite the same thing as the custom navigation button sets you and others have made in the past for Autopano Tour.

OTOH with the standard version of Panotour it appears than you are stuck with the bundled themes - ugh!

Or maybe I have misunderstood the differences between the standard and Pro versions of Panotour?
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by klausesser » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:02 pm

mediavets wrote:As I understand it you can create - and use - your own 'themes' with Panotour Pro; but I think that the components that make up Panotour 'themes' are not quite the same thing as the custom navigation button sets you and others have made in the past for Autopano Tour.

Yeah - that´s what i´m afraid of . . . But i need only three buttons anyway . . . :cool: - so i guess i´ll do it again from scratch.

"If you find out I'll hold him and you can hit him"

fine - i´ll go and look where i put my rhythm-stick . . :P:cool: (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A61i0Xscj-k)

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by renan » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:51 pm

With the pro version you can add your own style themes.

The default Panotour theme templates (menu -> edit -> open templates directory ) contain some comments to understand how they works.
In few words, a template defines a directory where to find graphical objects (menu buttons and hotspot) and a list of menu templates which are compatible with these graphical object.

If you want to reuse the templates menu of AutopanoTour, you have to copy them in "menu" directory (after renaming to preserve new templates) and to list them in a new theme template (or in existing template but it will not be consistent).
The old templates do not use the possibility to change button according to the selected theme but it also works if graphical object path are "direct" (as in old format).

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by klausesser » Tue Sep 28, 2010 2:13 pm

Hi Renan!

Thank you!

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by JohnM » Tue Sep 28, 2010 6:24 pm

@Alexandre:

May you explain how the coloring of the theme png`s works ? Which colors change with settings in the panel ?

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by JohnM » Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:13 pm

Seems like only hue changes, and it only possible to use one hue/color + shades of black/white

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by renan » Wed Sep 29, 2010 8:04 am

Yes that's it.
We replace the hue, so if the original icon has several colors, they all will be replaced by the same color. Only grey colors are kept (so black and white too).
In template theme you can disable the possibility to colorize a menu.


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