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Full Screen on iphone

by msmazza » Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:56 pm

Link to Tour in question http://lucasmazza.com/?page_id=45

I am using PanoPress Size 500x400 and panobox off.

Building tour with mobile checked but viewing on an iphone displays play button and is not displayed properly. It extends off the screen. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

Mike

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by elcio » Tue Oct 16, 2012 5:15 pm

msmazza wrote:Link to Tour in question http://lucasmazza.com/?page_id=45

I am using PanoPress Size 500x400 and panobox off.

Building tour with mobile checked but viewing on an iphone displays play button and is not displayed properly. It extends off the screen. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

Mike

use this emulator http://iphone4simulator.com/

www.imersaotour.com

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by Sam Rohn » Wed Oct 17, 2012 5:22 am

the theme you are using on your site is "responsive" this means that the display window element dimensions are altered according to device, but this does not automatically resize elements embedded on your posts and pages by most plugins, including panopress

we have just moved the panopress forums to a new system, but there is a post in the old forums archive that has a possible solution

http://www.panopress.org/forum/discussion/176/responsive-theme-without-fixed-width

you could also use a panobox to display the pano from a preview, which would properly size to the device display, but there is small bug that it will not read orientation changes, so if you rotate the device while viewing the pano to flip the screen orientation it may look odd - this will be fixed soon

we will also be working to make panopress compatible w responsive themes out of the box, but for the moment, try the solution in the topic i linked above

also visit the new panopress forums here - http://www.panopress.org/forums/

thanks :)

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by msmazza » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:22 pm

Makes sense

[media version="desktop"]desktop [pano file="qbb/virtualtour.html" width="890" height="400"][/media]
[media version="tablet"]tablet [pano file="qbb/virtualtour.html" width="660" height="320"][/media]
[media version="mobile"]mobile [pano file="qbb/virtualtour.html" width="270" height="200"][/media]
[media version="mini"]mini[pano file="qbb/virtualtour.html" width="195" height="150"][/media]

Can anyone help me alter above code so that it can identify which type of media version you are running and only display the appropriate size?

Mike

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by Sam Rohn » Thu Oct 18, 2012 1:10 am

this is more of a wordpress question than a panotour question, prob best to post these things on the panopress forum where more folks familiar w wordpress will see it and perhaps offer suggestions

i have not had a chance to setup and sort out a responsive theme w panopress yet myself, or try the example media shortcodes listed above, but it is rapidly moving up my to do list - as soon as i get a chance i will be testing these out, and i will hopefully be able to post a "how to" for [PP] and responsive themes soon

in the meantime, do a bit of experimenting yourself and see what works, and please let us know how it works out

thanks

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