JavaVs.Flash for tours With TW3.0? in OPI have downloaded the trial version (need to transfer some funds tomorrow before I purchase the upgrade) and started learning TW3.0. Love the interface, much better than 1.25, but I have a question. The tour is here when you click the room names to the right, my buttons dissapere and the word "button" shows up. Did I miss something in the set up (I did remove the text from the buttons when I created them) or is this a function of the Demo version.
ETA: Figured it out. I had selected "toggle" as the button type. Changing it to "standard" fixed the problem.
I am still using TW1.25 and have been happy with the results, but I am thinking of going to TW3.0 so that I can produce tours using Flash instead of Java. A few times a month I hear from someone that they can not view my tours because of security settings or another issue with Java. I have no way of knowing how many people I don't hear from , and I am worried that it could be costing be business.
What is the collective wisdom on Flash Vs. Java based tours? Will switching allow significantly more people to view my tours without problems?
I know that TW3.0, and even more so TW4.0, offer more improvements then just Flash, but I don't have it in my budget to upgrade my camera from my Nikon CoolPix 5400 with an FC-E9 fisheye, so my images won't go full screen.