How to keep camera position when switching from one to anoth

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stalwart
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Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:23 pm

smooth wrote:Hi Marty,

You need to add $cur to your Target input box in the point hotspot.
Add %$ht to your P/T/F input box in the skin.

Regards, Smooth 8)
Smooth

my previous example, and this new one:
http://www.360imagery.co.uk/application ... /002a.html
have all been done without adding %$ht to the P/T/F input box in the skin. But they seem to work OK....Am I missing something fundamental.....?

Stu
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Wed Apr 08, 2009 6:17 pm

Like the two examples. Great job. Laughed at the two dogs !

There is no need for %ht as thats for passing over the text from a hospot target point, the method I described does not use hotspots at all. Hotpsots would stick to the image and move around with it ,which is not what we want in this case. So all I did was add a image button for each pano we want and simply pass the current P/T/F values.

Andy
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Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:42 pm

cheers Andy - you're a Gent!

The dogs (2 Cocker Spaniels - Misty & Ellie) are getting used to being stars in my panos!) - taken in our new kitchen at home in Barton under Needwood - a few miles from you in Derby...

cheers again

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Mon May 25, 2009 8:26 am

Hello,

Do you have more detaljet info of this?
I´m not apple to do it for some reason, or I just dont get the info right?
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Mon Jun 08, 2009 10:17 am

Hello,
first I want to thank everybody for their really valuable information - it really helped me so much !

As mentioned and seen in the day-naight skin the $cur musr be set manually into the field P/T/F.
I looked into the "Placeholder" - site of Pano2VR but could not find the $cur.
$cur is obvious - but is there a list with other placholders then this one i found:

http://gardengnomesoftware.com/wiki/Skin_-_Placeholder


It would be great, having some kind of transition between the panos.
I personally like fading - but this may be already on Thomas´list.
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Mon Jun 08, 2009 11:40 pm

Hi the $cur was a quick fix by Thomas, you should be using $ap/$at/$af so that would be your P/T/Fov.
However $cur works fine but the other way gives you more control.

The place holders also work in text boxes, displaying the P/T/Fov data, which is cool.

In this example I have put the placeholders in three text boxes, Here
move around and zoom in and out

all the best Hopki :)
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Tue Jun 09, 2009 12:45 am

Great,
I have to remember this .

Your thumbs-scolling box is really nice - how did you accomplish the scrolling ?
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