how to close image popup in cardboard/vr modus

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how to close image popup in cardboard/vr modus

Post by the_b » Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:53 pm

Hallo,

to open a hotspot for the next panorama or an imagelink etc with the VR cross (cardboard modus) is easy. But how can I close a image or other popup again with the VR cross?
One resolution could be to open the image for a special time and it will close by itself. But how can I set i displayed time?
Or other option: the Image will not be pointed fixed and I can turn my head in a position were the VR cross will meet a close button. But how can I set those image/popup settings?

Hope my little challenge is comprehensibly formulated. :-)

Thanks for help and best regards
Bert

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Re: how to close image popup in cardboard/vr modus

Post by Hopki » Sun Jun 11, 2017 11:12 pm

Hi Bert,
The cardboard output is only meant for navigation, not popups etc.
If you open a popup it will only open one side which will not be a good user experience.
In Pano2VR V6 as some point will as the player will split the screen not the HTML page.
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Re: how to close image popup in cardboard/vr modus

Post by the_b » Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:33 pm

Hey Hopki,
thanks a lot for your answer - although it is not what I hoped for. ;-)
Anyway. Beside of cardboard modus, is there any solution to close popup images oder video windows after a certain time by itself?

Thanks again and greeting to the UK!
Bert

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Re: how to close image popup in cardboard/vr modus

Post by Hopki » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:35 pm

Hi Bert,
You can use a timer to close popup info boxes.
For video popups you can use a deactivate action to close the video.
If you look at the video components for file you will see this also swop the play and pause buttons.
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Hopki

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