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2008-09-08
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TW 3 - limiting pan not working

Hello everybody.

I'ts been a while since I've needed your help. But now I really need it....

I have a tour made with tw3. You can see it here: http://wideeyes.dk/temp/lindenborg_tour/Lindenborg_your/_flashvr/lindenborg_kro.html 

I am trying to limit the pan in the "Hunting Bar" scene so it doesn't show the green wall. But....... for some reason beyond my understandning I can't get it to behave correctly.

It is actually very simple. I've set the initial pan, and I don't want it to be able to go left viewing the green wall. But no matter how I set the max / min pan it doesn't bevave correctly. There is no logic in how it behaves.

I have also tried to delete the scene, and replace it. I have also tried to change the name, but with the same result. It is strange because I have also limited the pan in other scenes, and I have used limited views in serveral tours before this one. But I just can't get this one scene to behave correctly. Anybody got an idea and perhaps a possible solution to what is causing my problem?

Best regards

Morten 

 


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2008-09-08
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Have you tried reducing the FOV as well Morten?


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2008-09-09
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Hello everyone. What bruxist is going trough,  happened once to me and what I did that finally solved the problem was starting all over again. I deleted the scene with all its hotspot and everything and began adding it again and all the features that went along with it.

I don't see any reason why if panning works with others scenes, it cannot performance as well with only one.

Good luck.

 


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2008-09-10
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Something can be happening :

1. don't use the partial panorama in the Pan fov

2. Use the Pan and Tilt min & max values to limitate the image

3. I have seen you are using some partial panoramas, and my suggestion is that you should put them in a black background like if they where a full spherical pano, try to locate correctly the piece of spehere that you have.
Again use it as a Full 360 anf just add the limits with the Pan and Tilt min & max values....

I hope like this it will work....
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2008-09-17
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did it work Morten??
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2008-09-19
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Hi guys

I am so sorry for this late reply.

Unfortunately I haven't made it work yet, so I gues I just have to start from scratch..... That's actually been nescessary a couple of times in the past as well.

Well......... I've got all weekend for it so I'l just put on some good music and perhaps open a cold beer and get the best out of it

Regards

Morten


Best regards

Morten Andersen
- a newbie trying to improve