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TW Floor Plans

Just about got my head round TW2, although I am struggling to establish when this tour is loaded, it shows the first floor first(which has no tours on and is just for demo only). I cant figure out how set the ground floor as a default floor plan. Anyone have any suggestions or comments?

http://www.terrynamvr.co.uk/maryhilla/TourWeaver_maryhill.html

PS Still working on the skin

 


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Let me say something stupid, the ground floor and first floor are the same (in the US) maybe you can try the first floor and the second floor. It's worth a try. Hope it helps.
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You can assign which map shows with which image (static or pano) individually, with the map changing according to which image is shown.  Try assigning the 1st floor map to your first static image (I think the default is 'auto', which never works for me).

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Realtor Jerry,

One more suggestion, on the map, unless you like the oval shaped viewing area you can use the rectangle viewing area and confine it to square/rectangle shaped rooms much easier, just a thought.  You seem to have the same over exposure problem I'm fighting with windows/doors/lights, but the tour looks good.  Keep up the good work.

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Hawkaye007

Terry Nam was having the problem with the "over exposure in windows and doors". I found the best way to solve that problem is to shoot at sunset, it only gives you about 10-15 shooting time but you will be surprised at the results.


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many thanks for all your replies, comments noted and will try again.
Terry
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