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As always Smooth it worked perfectly. Thanks.
Quick update on my publishing problems. Had the cable guys out yesterday. I was on a 5 MB service. My download speed from www.speedtest.net was about 850KBPS and my upload was about 50KBPS. They ran new cable and installed a new modem and increased my service to 10MBPS download with 1MBPS on the upload side. I am now running at 10.5MBPS with about 975KBPS on the upload.
I removed some tours and republished them, took a few seconds less than 9 minutes each tour. The largest tour was 57.3MB. So the uploading is taken care of just need to resolve the size issue in my other post.
Hi Jordi, I have given up on TW4 for the moment as I have just spent 5 hours rebuilding a 18 pano tour in TW3 after so much grief with TW4 so not very happy.
One of the main problems is the publish setting and the new file output. It takes forever to load all the files. Also if you make any slight changes in the tour some of the "hint" files in the resources folder get re-named.
The viewer is very juddery compared to TW3 and also I found that for some reason if I clicked on Full Screen the Thumbnail of the pano just disapeared for the rest of the tour, but not always. This suggests something is unstable.
All in all at the moment TW4 2 steps forward 5 steps back, i'm sticking with TW3 for the moment until hopefully things get ironed out. A shame as I liked some of the features but they seem to come at a high cost in the production time.
I have no idea why you are struggling with this? But lets see...
I think "maybe" you are trying to name the tour the exact same name as the folder? You cannot do this and expect not to get weird results.
Let look at your first tour "Broyhill".
You should make a folder to publish to: boone_cabin_rental_tours
Set the path in Tourweaver
Name your file name as shown "broyhill"
When you "publish" you will be asked the ../boone_cabin_rental_tours/broyhill folder/directory doesn't exist would you like to create it? Answer = Yes.
Then publish. You will end up with a folder called boone_cabin_rental_tours with another folder within called broyhill and within that folder is all the files that make the broyhill tour.
So now you make your next tour. "Eagles View"
Browse to the "publish" directory. ../boone_cabin_rental_tours/
Name the file name "eagles_view"
You will be asked again at publish the ../boone_cabin_rental_tours/eagles_view folder/directory doesn't exist would you like to create it? Answer = Yes.
then you will have a folder boone_cabin_rental_tours with (2) folders within broyhill and eagles_nest.
Structure will be:
You then when finished up load the tours to your server.
What would be the address?
"If" you go into the "tours" and rename TourWeaver_broyhill.html to index.html your URL address for that tour would be www.yourdomainname.com/boone_cabin_rental_tours/broyhill/
Hopefully this clears things up for you.
It is also very important to keep the file structure correct or things like your tour loader screen, pop-up window content etc will not show correctly.
I did test your tours on the test page. On the most part they worked but not without errors with loader screens etc.