I'm sorry but I've been in the software industry for many years and conflicts between java applets are bugs and are not acceptable. However as easypano just seem to be writing java scripters they can't take all the blame.
In my opinion the software seems very amatuerly constructed and every colleague I have shown the package to who has a background in software engineering has thoroughly agreed.
As for discovering this during trial. My profession is software coding, not testing. I have neither the time nor the inclination to check through every possible scenario with a new application. That is the job of easypano and should be done at the beta stage.
Why would I want two applets in the same page? Why not? Just because you don't want to do such doesn't mean I don't. Want to see how I am to be using the tours? www.virtual-almeria.com
As for what application I am going to use. 3DVista. With 3DVista panos can be imported into flash ... wow, with flash the possibilities are endless. Their stitcher seems technically more competent too. Panos that don't engineer well in panoweaver are no problem for 3Dvista. To be honest, the only nice feature on TW is the scanning radar. Everything else can be done simply with HTML
There are 10 kinds of people in this world.
Those who understand binary and those who don't