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2007-03-23
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New Tour for your perusal

Hi there guys,

a few of the older participants will know me but a number of the newer guys won't have seen me for a while as I've been very busy for the last few years. Anyhow, I thought we'd post a few new tours over the next few days starting with.

http://www.conceptomega.com/luhmann/tour_start.html

Canon 30D + Sig 8mm Manfroto micro leveler, PS CS. Images taken in RAW and processed using workflow that I've published on numerous occaisions. 8pano image at 1600x 800, stepped down from 6000x3000 with 30% unsharpmask every 100 pixels.)

 


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2007-03-24
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I did.. click the > arrow thinking that it would begin sliding the thumbnails to the left. 

I guess the clue is.. you only see 1/2 of the 3rd thumbnail.. an indication for me to do something to see more.   I guess what it might say.. is drag the arrow to see more.


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Tourweaver has "always" been drag the arrow. Tourweaver has never offered a scrolling, though it would be nice.

They are "scroll bars" just like in browsers. It would be more obvious if the drag bar was sized relevant to the amount of content. Just like a real browser.

Regards, Smooth


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Hi guys,

nice to see both Smooth me old cobber and Yiiiihaaaa 360 Texas... Dave

thx for pointing out the slider issue. Never thouight it'd be an issue as I thought it obvios that it's a slider. However I'll be making sure that there is some info on this in the future as I'm sure that Dave isn't the only one expecting a browser style scroller.

PS: Have also posted some more images:

http://www.easypano.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=1&TopicID=2872&PagePosition=1


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now its working.  I am viewing your site on a 22" wide screen 1680 x 1050 px monitor.  The 3 photo's on the bottom.. the one "Concept" on the right side is only 1/2 showing.  It appears that the TW box should be wider.

I like the Click Here and the orange guide arrows. Great color !  Looks like a store that I would enjoy visiting.

Side note:  is this page designed for 1024 x 768? or smaller ?

Wonder what your new tour would look like at FULL SCREEN ?

 


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Dave,

They are sliding thumbnails. Use the arrow to view the hidden thumbs!

Regards, Smooth