Missing ( Default ) Hotspot Images

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suppenhuhn
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Sun May 17, 2020 4:14 pm

Hi!
I've got a little "problem" here:
When creating a tour using pano2vr standard settings ( skin: silhouette v6, no custom hotspot images etc. ) when hovering over the black hotspot images a empty black box with title appears. The tourpreviews aren't shown at all - see attached screenshot.

When changing to VR mode ( Oculus Quest ) the hotspots are shown as small turning spheres -> perfect!

Any ideas why the hotpots/tourpreviews aren't shown correctly in the "regular" mode?

Thanks in advance and stay healthy :)
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Hopki
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Tue May 19, 2020 10:49 pm

Hi,
Do you have Pano2VR pro?
If so do you see the thumbnail images in the images folder in the output?
If not can you share your skin?
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suppenhuhn
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Wed May 20, 2020 11:39 am

Hi!
Thanks for your response :)
Yes, i'm using the latest Pano2VR Pro.
Inside the exported folder there are preview images of each panorama - see this screenshot:
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The skin is the default silhouette V6
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suppenhuhn
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Thu May 21, 2020 9:32 am

Update:
Just added a new HTML5 Output into a different folder, same skin, same default settings, nothing's changed -> now the thumbnail menu & hotspot hover images are shown. :D :?:

But by the way:
The rotating sphere used as a tour hotspot in VR mode -> is it possible to use these rotating spheres as hotspots in nonVR mode as well ?
If so -> how ?
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