panorama software,virtual tour software
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2002-10-04
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Java in Mac OS X.2

I have recently upgrade from 9,2 to 10.2 using IE 5.2 now the won't load the pano, any hint ?

Please take a look.

http://www.boligfoto.dk/sager/gk22/web/index.htm

Seaman

Sometimes there comes a thin line in final stitz, you can see it on pano 6 on the stairs, do you have an idea what's happening. ?


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2003-01-23
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In MacOSX 10.2.3 the java works fine.
The IE browser has some unmentioned ram usuage issues I write Cocoa applications and the browser seems to have a memory leak. I have noticed after a couple of hours of browsing the IE browser doesn't seem to show the pages correctly. After a quit and reopen it works fine on the same pages.
Looking at your source for that page I can suggest using another name for your popup windows as the word popup is filtered by popup blockers.
Actually after jumping threw the source code I made it to one of your Panos they work fine the actual issue is the jscript of the page is not javascript it is an early microsoft varient never included in SUN javascript. You may want to check out Adobe GoLive for writting compliant code. Visual basic and the Visual Studio products do not comply fully with accepted standards of Javascript.
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2002-10-13
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I can view the pano

>>Sometimes there comes a thin line in final stitz, you can see it on pano 6 on the stairs, do you have an idea what's happening. ?

To avoid this problem, please avoid placing light soure in the border when shooting fisheye images. Also, please use as small  aperture as possible when shooting fisheye images.


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>>Sometimes there comes a thin line in final stitz, you can see it on pano 6 on the stairs, do you have an idea what's happening. ?

To avoid this problem, please avoid placing light soure in the border when shooting fisheye images. Also, please use as small  aperture as possible when shooting fisheye images.


To see is to believe