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Model Home Project In The Works

Something I  am working on.

http://www.seeitin360.com/mdhome/

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Hi Scott,

Nice work from what I bothered to look at

But you lost me with the full screen "No menu" window , mate I will choose thanks and I think you will find this puts others off as well.

If it was popping a window without menu "windowless frame" that would be ok but the script you are using drops the task bar the lot. (me no likey  )

Apart from that the pano and map looks great

Love to view others work, just not the way you want it displayed! Sorry.

Regards, Smooth


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Smooth,

Changed it so it has a frame around it.  Thanks for your input.

Scott

 


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Good on ya Scott,

Problem for me was while I was waiting for the pano to download I coudn't go looking at other windows I had open to fill in the time.

I'm now checking out the rest of your tour

You could always restrain the window size and use the "no scrollbar" tag

E.g: <body scroll = "no">

Very impressed with your work! Although the menu buttons did not appear to work?

Nice work Scott.

Regards, Smooth


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Smooth,

Yes it seems like the menu buttons are not working.  Thats the nice thing about this forum.  Better for people here to point out things instead of the paying customer.

Scott  


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yup, your right about that!

All kinds of problems on your second story page.

Maybe your still working on that one?

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Smooth,

Yes I am still working on that. I did alot of work on that at home last night, but fell asleep before uploading.  Will try that when I get home tonight.

Thanks again for your input.  It is really helpful.

 

Scott

 


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Scott,

     Nice stitching! Noticed a little error in ceiling light
at the top of the stairs tour. Also noticed you limited the tilt up but I guess a ceiling is a ceiling anyway. Love the static logo tripod cap. I believe Texas360 did a tutorial on that. Tours took about 1min. 45sec to 2min to load was watching speed 2 on Hblow inbetween loads. I can't wait to get off dialup! I know this is a work- in-progress and you probaly know this but the tour in Master bedroom takes you backdownstairs to first floor. What are you using to link the 2d world map to your tours if you don't mind my asking. Its on PTScipters poll/wishlist and there has been a lot of buzz about it in the forum. All in all nice bright tour!
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BixVid,

 

I think i fixed the master bedroom link.  Let me know if its ok.  I dont understand what you meant about the 2d worl map.  And yes I used Texas360 tutorial.

 

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Hey Scott,

Jack is asking how you linked the "Hotspots" on your map "Floor Pan" with the pano.

Regards, Smooth


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BixVid,

Limiting the tilt up is an easy way of eliminating the "joins" at the top of the pano.

Very acceptable to do this as their is no point showing the fault and whats their to look at anyway? Texas360 "Dave" has pointed out that you can crop your final pano image by about 5 pixels to remove this, but restricting the tilt up is just as good/easy to do.

Regards, Smooth