panorama software,virtual tour software
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2011-03-17
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Resize Browser Window

Can anyone describe how to resize the browser window for a published tour in TW 6.5?  I have 600 x 600 entered in the properties pane of "Main Window," but when the tour is published, the browser window opens full screen with lots of white space on either side.  Do I need to publish using a template to accomplish this?

Thanks, Reggie 


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If you want the panorama to scale with the window you must select percentage 100% x 100%.

At the publish stage you can choose to be fullscreen of the viewer window or fullscreen of the main (stage) window.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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2011-03-18
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Smooth,

I followed your recommendations and here is what I end up with:

 
The customer wants this project to fit into a cell on their site that is 600 x 600 (I will end up disabling the full screen functionality)  In Tourweaver I proscribed this 600 x 600 size in the properties pane for the main window but as you can see, the browser opens a full page with unnecessary white space to the right and left.  Is this a problem that needs to be solved using html code that will be embedded in the customer's website?
 
Thanks,  Reggie

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Mate... have you not seen the html code that is generated? When you publish a tour you get 2 html pages... one of them actually says:

Note:

1. Please click the following hyperlink to view virtual tour.

simply_SBW_Messe.html

2. How to embed this virtual tour in my web page?

a. Copy the following code and paste it in your own web page;

<a title="#" onClick="javascript:window.open('simply_SBW_Messe.html','_blank','status=yes,resizable=yes,top=0,left=0,width=900,height=600');">simply_SBW_Messe.html</a>

b. Copy corresponding resource files, including Scene, Sounds, config_SBW_Messe.bin, resources/sbw_messe_loading.gif, images_SBW_Messe.zip, swfobject.js, twviewer.swf and simply_SBW_Messe.html to the folder of your own page. Please keep the file structure unchanged.

The client needs to ad the code generated to the webpage to ensure the window opens in his page.
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