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Problem with thumbnails scroll bar

Hi people,

Its me again, full of questions. Sorry, Its my first week in this software

Well... the problem is that the scroll bar of the thumbnails area doesnt correspond to the content.
Let me be more specific. On a web page, we know if there is much more content below the visible area from the size of the bar. If its big, almost filling the whole page, there too little extra info. If the bar is small, we know there are much more content below it.

In the thumbnail area, the bar is the same size when there is just one more thumbnail and when there are too many others.

Does it happen just to me?

Thanks again for everything,

Daniel Dietrich


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Hi Daniel, not quite sure what you mean. can you put up an example so we can have a look.

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ill first find a ftp program, in order to send them in one way... not adding file per file on server :)
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Hi Daniel, to save time you can use Internet Explorer. Go to "help" and search FTP. It is self explanatory from there on. Its not as good as most FTP programs but its free and you already have it.

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Hi Daniel, I understand you question and you are correct, it stays the same regardless of the amount of information remaining to be seen. This has frustrated me as well but it's just a minor thing in the big program.
PS: loved the video in the tour you posted on the other thread.  http://www.xyz360.com.br/pano_pier_videoaudio.html  for anyone interested. This is great and the future of VT's. Would love to know more about how you did it. Showed it around the office and everyone loved it and was very impressed.
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Quote: Originally posted by realtor jerry on July-31-2008
PS: loved the video in the tour you posted on the other thread.  http://www.xyz360.com.br/pano_pier_videoaudio.html  for anyone interested. This is great and the future of VT's. Would love to know more about how you did it. Showed it around the office and everyone loved it and was very impressed.

Jerry,

The panorama with video is very easy using DEVALVR and all you need to learn about it is listed on the www.devalvr.com website. I posted examples of this many years ago (probably before you joined this forum). It would be nice to see it incorporated into Tourweaver.

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Thanks Smooth, I'm sure this will require coding which as everyone knows is way over my head. But I will check it out.
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Hi realtor jerry,

I know nothing about coding too. It isnt so dificult.

I loved the other link of the photos flying... do you know wich software made it?

Thanks,
Daniel Dietrich

 


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Quote: Originally posted by ddietrich on August-01-2008

I loved the other link of the photos flying... do you know wich software made it?

Thanks,
Daniel Dietrich

www.flashpanoramas.com all manual coding.

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hallo guys,
Had a look at the demo that was being raved about in this thread and truly it did look good until it crashed firefox!! Any idea what's happening there?
I've just got through the first learning curve and got my first fairly simple tour on line at Stanwix Community Info
If anyone has a look, would you please be kind enough to point out the crucial improvements I need to make to get this work to a professional level. I am at the point of launching my business but I can see I have still got a lot to learn.
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