Newbie question - Good looking menus

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JFrehr
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Newbie question - Good looking menus

Post by JFrehr » Sun Nov 18, 2018 3:15 pm

I like this menu, which can be hidden.
https://www.skyfocus.nl/SkyFocus/Makasa ... index.html
Is it fairly easy to build on your own? - or can you buy it somewhere?
How about the bottom bar which autohides - bought or selfconstructed?

Cannot find many commercial skin sites. Why?
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Re: Newbie question

Post by 360Texas » Sun Nov 18, 2018 4:20 pm

That was a very well built Pano2vr tour website. Appears most of the imaging might have been done using a drone an on a very tall pole.

Yes the upper left slider ( left to right menu sits on a transparent background is similar to those found in pano2vr component list.
Yes the bottom center slider menu ( up / down) sits on a transparent background and probably can be built in the skin.

All the buttons were created specially for this tour.

The tour appears to be created by a very talented person with Pano2vr software.

Now you just have to find a skin builder person with equal talents.
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Re: Newbie question - Good looking menus

Post by JFrehr » Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:45 pm

Yeah - but until I can do it myself I will have to buy some. I am looking for inspiration.
I thought that Alexander Popovs add-ons to Panotour was terrific, and I used them a lot:http://virtuelledanmark.dk/panoramas/Vo ... kerts.html
This one has the menu that disappears

Tried to search for vendors, but I only found these dudes http://skins.360panotours.com/skin4.shtml that produces skins and components.
Do you guys know anybody else - or do you do it yourself?
...or do you just prefer the default?

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Re: Newbie question - Good looking menus

Post by 360Texas » Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:10 pm

? Tony can you build a tour like the one we are talking about ??

True
This one has the menu that disappears
That one is only a slider which moves the menu off stage to left leaving only the menu button on stage. Pano2vr can do this also.
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Re: Newbie question - Good looking menus

Post by Hopki » Mon Nov 19, 2018 6:26 pm

Hi JFrehr,
It is fairly easy to build on your own.
The attached project use a rectangle as a background.
Then it has a Text box in a Cloner.
The text box has the place holder $(ut) which displays the User Data Title of each pano and a mouse click open next pano action.
The menu buttons have the action to slide on click.
So when you click and slide the menu closed, the menu open button slides into view.
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