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2010-09-11
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I have ran into the same problem, export to swf and flash file does not work properly. I have searched for any support and haven't found any... Easypano any help would be greatly appreciated.
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2010-09-26
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Hello,

Please use the link below for a non branding flash scene viewer.

http://360designstudio.com/files/Thumbnail.rar

As far as flash, I purchased my version with a student discount. I would recommend you take a course with a local college and get the discount, I paid around $500 for cs3 design suite. http://studica.com and check this website as well if you are a student, you get server 2008 r2 for free www.dreamspark.com/ 

Miguel


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2010-09-26
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Hi Miguel,

buying as we were student is a solution ... but not valid in a professional usage !

But is far beter than a cracked one ;-)
Indeed, why wouldn't be accepted as student for our company ?

In the finality, we should be able to buy such a version, but we shouldn't be to use it to create commercial products ...

Life is not easy :(


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2010-09-26
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Hi Miguel,

Thank you for posting this link and sharing the unbranded thumbnail viewer. I have done a quick test and it works fine. I don't know how much work was involved, but it is appreciated.

Cheers,
Willie


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2010-09-27
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DominiqueGEORGE,

There is nothing wrong with using a student version for commercial use after finish school. Read the website below.

http://www.adobe.com/education/students/studentteacheredition/faq.html

Willie, you are welcome I'm going to remove the file off of my server, IM me if you would like a file emailed to you.

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2010-09-27
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Hi Miguel

I've downloaded the .rar and have it safe.

Thanks,
Willie


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2010-09-28
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Wow I'm sorry I missed the Posting I'd like a copy of the unbranded file if I may [;)]
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2010-09-20
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I found the tutorial, please click on the link below.

http://easypano.com/download/doc/Flash-Thumbnail-tutorial.pdf

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2010-09-20
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Hi Miguel

Thanks for posting the link.
This should help to edit the thumbnails although the quickest (and cheaper) solution would be that Easypano just released a non-branded Thumbnail.swf to replace the default.

Is there any way to edit the .fla with something cheaper than Adobe Flash?

Willie


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2010-09-21
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Hi Willie,

I'm also looking for some tools (cheaper than Afobe suite !)

I found FlashDevelop (OpenSource) ... to be tested

Dominique


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