My laptop died and is being replaced under warranty. But, now all computers come with Windows Vista.
Does anyone know if Tourweaver 2.0 and Panoweaver 4.0 work on a Windows Vista machine?
I have Vista Home Premium running on my Laptop and it has Java installed I have tested it with most java applets with Internet Explorer 7.0 and it works fine. As for running Easypano products I.E: Panoweaver and Tourweaver I'm unsure as I haven't loaded them to try.
Get Java at www.java.com
I have developed several tours on vista. Bad news is when you run them and go to full screen it hangs up. I have tried 5 vista machines and they all lock while in full screen mode, I am going to several stores and going to try to run tours from other machines to test as many as I can. Vista is being pushed and not much we can do. Even getting a machine with XP going to be difficult soon. I have a ticket in to support. I hope they are working on a flash solution now. That is going to be the way to go.
Going to need a flash solution quick!
Vista is annoying but usable some things I like some I hate like the crappy MAC folder view YUK!
What's with changing the names of simple things? You have to look and look just to find the basic's only to realise they just changed it's name. CRAZY! Someone trying to justify there job I guess? It's like ebay you go there and the bloody buttons have moved for no good reason except some web designer though he'd better do something this week.
Well, I've got my new Vista laptop, and I hate Vista!.. I'll be loading XP Pro soon.
What idiot decided to take away the "Identities" function from the Mail Program. I have several different email accounts for different services, now I'll have to create seperate Users for each account, then log on and off to check my various email accounts. I think not!
Every time you want to do something you have to give "permission" - what a bunch of idiots.... Nobody is trying to break into my computer! Plus I'm behind a router/hardware firewall.
Now our tours aren't going to work well on Vista. Yes I tested Full Screen as well in it locks up. That was the big selling point for me, to be able to have Full Screen!
I'm not sure Flash is the asnwer. I've never seen a Flash player that showed images crisp and clear.