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2011-01-27
#92
Quote: Originally posted by martiiii on January-27-2011
I have found another bug.
It's impossible to use "mouse over in popup windows" with "hotspot polygonal". I was trying to use it on the map.

Request -> Hint for "Media - Flash" or swf files for Hotspots


I have reported this bug to our programmers and they will work on it after the holidays.

You mean two requests, right? One is to be able to add hint for Flash, and the other -- what do you mean by "swf files for Hotspots" ?
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2011-01-28
#93
When we use hotspot component in scene it maybe useful to use swf (flash animation icon) not only jpg, png...
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2011-01-28
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Quote: Originally posted by martiiii on January-28-2011
When we use hotspot component in scene it maybe useful to use swf (flash animation icon) not only jpg, png...

This is already possible.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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2011-01-28
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HOW?
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2011-01-28
#96

Double click to enter and add hotspots to a scene.

Instead of adding a Hotspot add a Flash element Media>Flash.

With it highlighted/Selected switch to the "Action" tab of Properties and Actions and assign the desired action to the flash element.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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2011-01-29
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I know about media. I was thinking swf also in hotspot.
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Quote: Originally posted by martiiii on January-29-2011
I know about media. I was thinking swf also in hotspot.

How would that differ?

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2011-02-09
#99
I've mentioned this yonks ago when reviewing TW6.0 and the lens flare.
The problem I still seem to have is that when I'm looking into the flare that the brightening of the scene seems to cause my PC to slow down and to cause screen judder which mainly stopped as soon as I looked away from the flare. Now this may be down to my somewhat weak PC which I only actually use to make panos and to test applications on to ensure they run on lower spec PC's.
When the test tour I'm making on 6.5 is done I'll have a look on my MAC and let you know... however many users will have normal PC/laptops and whilst I love the effect I#d have problems putting it in if it causes lesser viewing perfiormance.
If I only had an hour to chop down a tree... I'd spend 45 mins sharpening the axe.
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2011-02-24
#100
That's the big issue - it's really unusable in production sites.
The only solution is to restrict viewing angle (up) and put the lens component as high as possible so that the viewer can not look directly into the sun (it's bad for eyes, anyway . )
My Tourweaver components: http://www.optitecha.lt/categories/3
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2011-04-04
#101
Why when you resize the browser (the size 650406) Pano gets distorted and becomes unfit? Can I change the size of the viewer?