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URL hijacked?

Curious if there are any Panoweaver users in China.

I'm trying to download a trial copy of Panoweaver but the easypano url seems to be hijacked to http://www.jietusoft.com/

Is anyone else having this problem?

I managed to get to the forum page from Google's secondary links. The Gallery, Download and main page links all go to the other site.

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try this
it just worked for me

http://easypano.com/

Oh, almost forgot , , ,

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Thx for the prompt reply.

No go. Still goes to that chinese site. Good thing they didn't redirect the forum page... yet.


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Right site, wrong language.
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Google found a post in these forum pages saying Easypano is registered as jietusoft.com in china.

I guess it's legit, but it still doesn't help me find a download link for Panoweave. Oh well... Next!
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You may consider www.easypano.net or using the buttons at the top of this page to navigate to the appropriate download.

Regards, Smooth


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I just clicked

http://www.easypano.com/index.html

And went directly to Easypano's website.

Your first attempt probably got stuck in your browser cache .. and that might be why you keep going to the wrong url.   Clear your cache maybe might help.


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Thx.

Tried both those links, cleared the cache too, still no go. I'm thinking it's a redirect at the ISP or country level, because I'm within China.

No matter, already found other programs.

Tried Panavue Image Assembler, Panorama Factory, and Arcsoft Panorama Maker.

None seem to be much of an improvement over good ol' Autostitch. Perhaps there are levers and dials I needed to tweak to get better results but none of those controls were intuitive and apparent to me. So for now, it's tried and true Autostitch.