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Flash Update - TW3 TW4 Tours stop loading

Hi I just noticed that with thelatest Flash version the tours made with Tourweaver doesn't work anymore. I don't even remotelly took this in account, I meanthat such thing is even possible.

Please help

An example of the tour is
http://www.europhoto.ro/PopasulDinDeal/vtour.html

it works with Flash 10.0.x.x version but not with the latest 10.1.53.64

Dorin


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Hi Dorin,

I still have version 10,0,45,2 installed and as you know this displays fine.

I have seen this issue before when we had to modify the .html and the version it was looking for (back when version 9 had a change). I haven't tested this at this stage but you might like to try. Check and see what is currently require in the code from Adobe. From 9.0.28 to ?

Regards, Smooth
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It didn't work for me. I'm using IE 8.
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Thank you Smooth and Jerry, the problem seems to be bigger than I thought as it affects livepanoramas too :(

Dorin


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Seems that the livepanoramas problem is machine and flash version related, and theTourWeaver problem  is only flash version related.
Maybe the future minor update from Flash to solve both, or maybe I'll receive from Easypano some guidances or a patch for the TW 3.0 pro I'm using and then to re-publish the old tours again.

cheers
Dorin


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I have contacted Easypano support and was told that a programmer would look into the problem for me and get back to me, but in the mean time I have A LOT of tours out there that are not loading.  I am a single mom raising three kids.  This is my business, so this is devastating to me.  If anyone can help, please do.  If you are experiencing the same issue, please contact Easypano support!
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EasyPano support has changed; and noemally in a positive and more reactive way ;-)

There has been an important festival locally, reason why they are not present !

This last day festival was yesterday ...

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We have received some reports about the latest flash player and found that this version is not a stable version. I can't installed it on my XP Pro system. Once we google, we will find the same problem everywhere. However, we are still trying to find if there is anything we can do with it and we will keep you updated here once we get a solution. We are so sorry for the inconvenience.
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Hmm, Interesting.

Dorin,

Can you view this tourweaver sample www.smooth360.com/tourweaver ?

All TW5 tours appear to work for me but not TW3 tours after updating to the latest version of Flash.

What was working with the older 10,0,45,2 now stalls on load at around 20% at the loader window with your older TW3 example.

Regards, Smooth
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Hi Smooth,

how did you take these pictures ?
Visage, ... are perfects ?

 


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Images are not mine but the sample images used to display different panorama players on www.http://www.panoramaphotographer.com/comparisons/ the images I think were shot by Keith Martin in the UK.

Regards, Smooth