panorama software,virtual tour software
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2009-05-11
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Lack of Scrollbar Problem

Due to the way tours are linked in our local MLS, our tours open in a browser window with all the toolbars, menu, etc. This poses a problem for those realtors who are using a lower resolution on their monitor (common problem unfortunately). No scrollbar appears this way and the bottom part of my tour, including thumbnails, is cut off much of the time.

I really don't want to reduce the size of my viewer templates just because of this.

Does anyone know of a way to edit the tour html file that is generated when publishing in Flash, so that I have the vertical scrollbar? I really need to figure this out soon!

Thanks to anyone who tries to help me! I really, really appreciate it!
Still learning the ropes.
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2009-05-12
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Because on the past i have the same problem, the only solution is to reduce the vertical size to 630px or to open the tour not on popup but to a new window and finally place the tour on a template wits can have the scroll bars.
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2009-05-12
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Most of mine are 580 pixels or less in height, but this is still often leaving the bottom of my tour cut off in this horrid MLS system.

I actually think I am going to create a template HTML page with my logo and basic viewing tips, then a link to the actual tour underneath using the code provided in the ouput file. I think this will work fairly well without too much trouble. Maybe this is actually what you meant, but I think I got a little lost in the translation.

Thank you so much for taking time to reply!
Still learning the ropes.