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visual360media
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:59 pm

Hi all, project nearly finished! Have uploaded but as in the title the next pano is not loading..
I have the 1st pano in a page, and its in the folder vt/ and all others are in this folder, the first works and loads but the others dont! All r uploaded ! Help !
In other words all panos are here sitename/vt/pano1, pano2, etc the 1st pano is of course in the main tour page, i.e maintourpage/vt/pano.swf
and in the skin i have go to next pano, pano2.swf. pano3.swf etc Do i need full url? Di some work other week and similar folder structure worked ok,
Page i here... http://www.balmoralcentre.com/virtual_tour.html

Site under construction :wink:
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John Goulding
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:10 pm

Should of mentioned it works fine locally, that is, when i just click on the .swf..

but it doesnt go to next panorama if i preview in browser in the site design software, mmm maybe a file/folder structure prob, though it worked on tour the other week! (older beta)
Kind regards,

John Goulding
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:12 pm

John,

You need to keep it simple.

All (tour) .swf, .html, .js files in the one folder.

I can see your other scenes via http://www.balmoralcentre.com/vt/ (directory)

If you place the virtual tour and the opening panorama in this folder all will work (hopefully!)
Meaning the address will be http://www.balmoralcentre.com/vt/virtual_tour.html

This assumes you have made the "Mouse Click>Open Next Panorama>pano_2.swf>0/0/0", pano_3.swf etc.

Regards, Smooth 8)
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:49 pm

Cheers Smooth, twas my next job, yes, moving stuff about into diff folders does cause probs with lots of diff stuff, and have on many occasions bundled the lot together!
Will do that now, ta
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John Goulding
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:14 pm

All done and working, your thoughts? Comments, critique? (map a little large maybe but can be hid, and was planning on putting all into lightwindow)

but getting there ? And transition settings and fov could do with tweakin, what are others doing with their transition settings?

http://www.balmoralcentre.com/vt/virtual_tour.html

Thanks all here for your help, the proxy stuff was a bit of a learning curve, but got there in the end! :wink:
Kind regards,

John Goulding
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:24 pm

Oh, and thanks Thomas for some fantastic software, few bugs, (beta only )but know your busy working on em, keep up the good work!
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John Goulding
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 8:13 pm

Nice one John :)
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Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:03 pm

Glad you have a result John.

Regards, Smooth 8)
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:21 am

Thank you both. Took a while to get my head around the 'proxies' ! (nearly phoned hopki !). But it all seemed to come together in the end. Just added a bit more,
as client wanted some info as to what the buttons do etc, and edited map a little, but other than that they are more than happy!
So i am happy! Just few bits to do, site then finished, then its back to decorating!
This software really is powerful and clever stuf, i feel we are just touching the surface, the more i play with it, the more extras i find, the more i love it!
Next on list new pc to speed up all the stitching etc... this old thing has nearly had its day!
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John Goulding
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:54 am

Hi John
I am just changing over to Mac, been a PC user for years, but Thomas introduced me to a Mac, had a play and was hooked. The speed is amazing, start up and shut down is very quick. Mind you if i was not self employed I would not want to shell out the sort of cash they cost, but i would rather buy over priced computer equipment than give it to the tax man. :D
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Fri Oct 29, 2010 4:00 pm

Cheers Hopki, mmm mac, played instore only and yes, they are lovely, mmm, I know is should, but...maybe one day
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John Goulding
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