Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

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Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by VirtualPlace.ru » Fri Aug 22, 2014 4:22 pm

Hello. Watched the video lesson: Part 5: Building a Basic Map. Everything is clear, but the question arose, I export in HTML5 virtual tours and can't understand how can I make the point a link to a panorama, because all panoramas are in the same project, and not on a separate swf :( please Tell me how to do so under such export in HTML5!
Thank you!

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Здравствуйте. Посмотрел видео урок: Part 5: Building a Basic Map. Все понятно, но возник вопрос, я экспортирую виртуальные туры в HTML5 и не могу понять, как мне сделать на точке ссылку на конкретную панораму, потому что все панорамы находятся в одном проекте, а не по отдельным swf :( Подскажите пожалуйста, как сделать так подобное под экспорт в HTML5!
Спасибо!

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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by Hopki » Fri Aug 22, 2014 6:32 pm

Hi,
Just to confirm, are you using Pano2VR or Pano2VR Pro?
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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by VirtualPlace.ru » Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:54 pm

Thanks for the reply:) This is clear!
Explain please on the link to NODE within a site!
An example of a virtual tour is located at: site.com/vr/index.html
accordingly, the NODE address will be: site.com/vr/index.html#node2 or site.com/vr/index.html#node3

how do I insert links in the map:
site.com/vr/index.html#node2 or ../index.html#node2 or something else.
Not always know the exact address of the location of future virtual tour.

Thank you!!!

PS I using pano2Vr 4.5 pro

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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by JimWatters » Mon Aug 25, 2014 9:09 pm

Please have a look at this tutorial.
http://ggnome.com/wiki/Pano2VR_Pro%3A_A ... ML5_output

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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by Hopki » Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:07 pm

Hi,
Direct Node Access is a Pro feature, see here: https://ggnome.com/wiki/Direct_Node_Acc ... al_Node_ID
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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by VirtualPlace.ru » Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:57 pm

Большое спасибо, друзья..
Спасибо за урок по встраиванию карт google, это тоже очень полезно!
Но я имел в виду несколько иное: У меня получилось сделать:
http://virtualplace.ru/vr/venecia/index.html
Если внизу на навигационной панеле нажать значек карта, выскакивает схема с активными точками.

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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by 360Texas » Tue Sep 02, 2014 1:46 am

They meant to say:
Many thanks, friends. ..
Thanks for the tutorial on embedding google maps, it is also very helpful!
But I was thinking a bit different: I was able to do:
http://virtualplace.ru/vr/venecia/index.html
If the bottom of the navigation panel click the icon card pops out a scheme with active points.
But I am sure when you too translated his comment above.. you already knew this
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Re: Part 5: Building a Basic Map and HTML5

Post by JimWatters » Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:36 pm

Thanks Dave.

If you have Pro, and you enable Direct Node Access. Then it will work like this.
http://photocreations.ca/Schoenbrunn_Palace/index.html

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