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FireFox and full screen QTVR

Hi, Is it possible to use the QTVR in full screen with the FireFox browser?
I find that it fills the screen width but the height is about 1/5 deep from the screen top.


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What a helpful place - I was having problems with 'fullscreen' in Firefox - but read 'Smooth's' answer...

I have put back 100% - thankyou...

An example http://localhost/lancaster/niche_cafe/_qtvr/niche_cafe.html


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A working URL (sorry) http://photopanorama.co.uk/lancaster/niche_cafe/_qtvr/niche_cafe.html

 


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G'day Dean,

Welcome to the Easypano forum.

Lovely panorama mate, glad to have helped with the FF display issue.

Hate the mirrorball sorry! Out of context.

Regards, Smooth


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humm can you please show us?  URL ?

I will look at it.. on my 22" widescreen LCD monitor

Dave


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Hi Dave, The URL is http://www.wessexwebdesign.com/panoramic/goldhill.htm
Works fine in IE but I have found that with FireFox you must stipulate the width and height in pixels and not use 100% for the width/height.

I have reduced the height to 80% to get the text below, but even when I had it on 100% height it was still only reaching down about 20%.

Thank you,

Steve

 


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Hi Dave, This link is for full screen 100% http://www.wessexwebdesign.com/panoramic/goldhill3.htm

Thank you,

Steve


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Remove this from your HTML and have another go.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

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Hi Smooth,
Thank you very much for the tip, it worked great.
http://www.wessexwebdesign.com/panoramic/goldhill5.htm

I have had a few issues with this new software but I must say this forum and the Easypano back up has been superb and sorted everything out within days.

Cheers Guys,

Steve

 


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Bigger is always better. goldhill3.htm


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Dear Dave

Thats a very cool screen. how long it is? How about refresh performane?

Wow! Dave has tons of panos Scheduled in that calendar!

Greetings

Oender
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