panorama software,virtual tour software
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2007-05-22
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Help, I dont know what I'm doing anymore!

I know this is going to sound stupid, but I cant figure this out.. I am trying to work with publishing from Panoweaver. Instead of creating a whole tour off of Tourweaver I would like to just be able to click on a photo and the VT starts.. Maybe there is a problem with the code it is automatically giving me (Tourweaver for me produces an extra script thta I have to delete, it took Smooth to figure that one out & help from Texas..) I'm not the best, and I am just learning with both software and photography.. All help is appreciated.. Here is a link from my website.(if you scroll to the bottom and click on picture it will start, so I know its there. But I dont want everyone to read on how to embed into web page) Thanks again very much!

http://www.lasvegasvirtuals.com/practice.htm


Alana Lea Kim
702-365-8145
http://www.lasvegasvirtuals.com/
alana@lasvegasvirtuals.com
Business License # 2000270-645
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2007-05-23
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The page pretty much tells you what is needed to be done.

The information "under" the panorama

<applet
codebase  = "."
archive   = "twviewer.jar"
code      = "com.easypano.tw.TWViewer.class"
name      = "TWViewer"
width     = "800"
height    = "600"
hspace    = "0"
vspace    = "0"
mayscript = "true"
>
<PARAM name = iniFile    value = "Config.tx1">
<PARAM name = skin.bgcolor    value = "255, 255, 255">
<PARAM name = skin.waitingimg   value = "Skin/waiting.gif">
<PARAM name = skin.archive    value = "Skin_pano0.zip">
<PARAM name = skin.archive.itemnum  value = "27">
<PARAM name = progress.color   value = "58, 110, 165">
<PARAM name = progress.bounds   value = "200, 450, 400, 20">
<PARAM name = comappletname   value = "UserApplet1">
</applet>

Is the what you need to place into the HTML code on the page you wish for the panorama to be displayed.

To simplify it.

<html>

<head>

<title>Panorama</title>
</head>

<body>
<p align = "center"> <applet
codebase  = "."
archive   = "twviewer.jar"
code      = "com.easypano.tw.TWViewer.class"
name      = "TWViewer"
width     = "800"
height    = "600"
hspace    = "0"
vspace    = "0"
mayscript = "true"
>
<PARAM name = iniFile    value = "Config.tx1">
<PARAM name = skin.bgcolor    value = "255, 255, 255">
<PARAM name = skin.waitingimg   value = "Skin/waiting.gif">
<PARAM name = skin.archive    value = "Skin_pano0.zip">
<PARAM name = skin.archive.itemnum  value = "27">
<PARAM name = progress.color   value = "58, 110, 165">
<PARAM name = progress.bounds   value = "200, 450, 400, 20">
<PARAM name = comappletname   value = "UserApplet1">
</applet>
</p>
</body>

</html>

Make a new HTML doc and replace the existing one in the same directory/folder in this case it is called pano0.html. The Orange code is optional if you want to center the panorama applet.

Here is another way to look at it. Remove the unwanted code from the existing pano0.html HTML doc.

<html>
<head>
<META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Panoweaver">


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2007-05-23
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i dont know what to say, or what i would do without the amazing help.. thank you so much smooth.. now i need to really study this and learn and understand it.. when i get going a little further- will send you a private message, interested in some photo/software lessons from the master!
Alana Lea Kim
702-365-8145
http://www.lasvegasvirtuals.com/
alana@lasvegasvirtuals.com
Business License # 2000270-645
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It is all pretty easy stuff really. It looks complicated because of all the code. But you can brake it down to what is between the <html> </html> tags. Because this is what makes a single web page. Where <html> is the open/start tag and </html> is the close/end tag.

This is the code you want to end up with:

<html>

<head>

<title>Panorama</title>
</head>

<body>
<p align = "center"> <applet
codebase  = "."
archive   = "twviewer.jar"
code      = "com.easypano.tw.TWViewer.class"
name      = "TWViewer"
width     = "800"
height    = "600"
hspace    = "0"
vspace    = "0"
mayscript = "true"
>
<PARAM name = iniFile    value = "Config.tx1">
<PARAM name = skin.bgcolor    value = "255, 255, 255">
<PARAM name = skin.waitingimg   value = "Skin/waiting.gif">
<PARAM name = skin.archive    value = "Skin_pano0.zip">
<PARAM name = skin.archive.itemnum  value = "27">
<PARAM name = progress.color   value = "58, 110, 165">
<PARAM name = progress.bounds   value = "200, 450, 400, 20">
<PARAM name = comappletname   value = "UserApplet1">
</applet></p>
</body>

</html>

Regards, Smooth