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2012-03-26
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Start a tour already in fullscreen

Hi everyone, when I double-click the executable file created with Tourweaver 7 it displays the tour in a window with a certain size. I wish it already in fullscreen without right-click and select "show in fullscreen". Is that possible and how can I do that?
Thanks in advance.
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2012-05-01
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It is from my end or the image from Jack Easypano is missing? Can someone help me and tell me how can I start a tour already in fullscreen?

Thanks to everyone,

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CirculoPerfecto

It's missing on my end also

Welcome back Jack... Can you answer some of the other posts as well, like TW not loading 8000x4000 images anymore...
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2012-05-01
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Here is my approach for fullscreen.

Link to tour

Just another idea.

Kerry
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2012-05-02
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Thanks Kerry,

It is a good idea to create an initial display that tell the user that it is going to open the Virtual Tour. But if I want to begin with the fullscreen, there is no way?

CirculoPerfecto
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There is NO WAY.

It would be a huge security risk and Adobe are fully aware of this and will not allow it to happen.

Also, some viewers would be very put out if you were to take over their screen and make it full screen without their permission. Some wouldn't know how to close the tour.

All in all, it is a bad idea to open a panorama/tour in full screen. Full browser window is your best option.

Regards, Smooth  [8D]


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Thanks Smooth...

That's what I want to know... if there is a way. I also think it is a bad idea to make a Virtual Tour fullscreen without permission.

Thanks my friend.

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Hi All.

Just to clear up everyones questions and simplify a few answers.
1. Jacks link is a broken link. So no one can see it.
2.Kerry Rudy. I do the same effecct in my tours. Just make sure when it is full screen you make it clear to your users HOW to take the tour OUT of full screen mode.
3. .exe format is to a specific size 600x400 and CANNOT be modified in any way shape or form.
4. Starting in full Screen mode is NOT possible. If you are using TW7.....Click on your screen viewer on your project(Light Blue Box). Then if you look at the Horizontal menu at the bottom of your screen. Fit To Browser. This will do exactly what it says.(Jacks Screenshot would have been showing this)

Hope That Helps
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Hi Johnny,

when publishing your tours. html (Flash VR) you can choose fit browser window or specific size. Obviously fit browser window would meet your needs.

As for the rest .exe / .swf . These are at the default size unless you change the measurement. you cannot make .exe and .swf start full screen.

 

Hope that Helps


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Hi,Johnny

Thank you for choosing easypano products. You can set your tour fullscreen in the property bar of Main window. See the screenshot below:



regards

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Hi thanks for the reply,
I was aware of the options "Scale to browser window" but I wanted to make the .exe start full screen. I solved in this way: I programmed a simple web browser in C# which starts in full screen without menu or buttons... I created the tour and exported in flash format so that I can load the .html into my browser in full screen :)