Detecting first / last panorama of a tour

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Kay-Uwe Rosseburg
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Thu Apr 08, 2021 11:45 am

Hi everybody,
I have a tour using previous / next Panorama buttons to navigate through the tour. When the user reaches the last panorama, hitting the "next-pano-button" leads to the first panorama of the tour. But that is what I don't want. I want to disable the next-panorama-button at the last panorama of the tour. How can I detect in the skin, that the user reached the last panorama of the tour? Same for the first panorama?

Thanks and greetings
Kay-Uwe
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Tony
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Thu Apr 08, 2021 3:24 pm

Hi Kay-Uwe,

Add the tags "first' and 'last' to the first and last nodes of your tour respectively.

Select the previous button and under Properties > Appearance > Visible create a logic block and add Trigger = Tags | Comparison = contain | Value = first | Visible = false

Select the next button and under Properties > Appearance > Visible create a logic block and add Trigger = Tags | Comparison = contain | Value = last | Visible = false

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Now when you are on the first node the previous arrow is hidden and when you are on the last node the next arrow is hidden

Tony
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Kay-Uwe Rosseburg
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Fri Apr 09, 2021 11:17 am

Hi Tony,
thanks for your hint, I already thought of something similar, but I was wondering, if there is an internal "property" I can look for via logic block in the skin. So it seems there isn't something like that, so I will use your workaround, thank you!

Greetings
Kay-Uwe
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