Point hotspot ht_image | loading symbol

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Steel
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Thu Mar 12, 2020 11:40 am

Hello.
I´ve use the point hotspot tool in combination with ht_image preset to open an image
in a panorama. But i always get the loding sysmbot shown in the image.
What could be the reason for it? How can i avoid this?



Thanks for your support
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https://lichtundschatten-3d.de/virtuell ... -features/
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Hopki
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Thu Mar 12, 2020 8:07 pm

Hi Steel,
You need to make sure the image is above the loading image in the skins tree.

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The above image shows the external image loader above the loading image (1).
So when the image shows it covers the loading image.
Regards,
Hopki
Steel
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Fri Mar 13, 2020 9:47 am

Thx for your reply :)

So here is a scrreenshot how the image is linked via point hotspot and
an image of my skin tree. So iam still not sure what i have to push
above the loader !?

Thanks a lot for some futher hint
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Hopki
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Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:12 pm

Hi,
If you look in your screenshot the loading_image is a child of the external loader, popup_image.

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Note the triangle next to the element popup_image.

Both the elements popup_image and loading_image should be at the same level, a child of the container image_popup.
As the external loader, popup_image will be above the loading_image it will cover it.

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Regards,
Hopki
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