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full page browser issue

Hi again,
since I find Tourweaver 7 full of bugs, I got back using version 6.5, but I have a new problem.
I'm not able to create a tour opening full page in a browser. I set 100% width/height in main window property panel, and actually I see the scene viewer full page in browser, but all other components of the tour (buttons, map viewers, thumbnails, etc.) remain fixed in their original position and don't move to the new position they should assume in the full page browser view. How can I do to get all these objects move to their new position?
I'm using tourweaver 6.5.120508 trial version.
Thanks again for any suggestions,
Alessandro
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There are 2 options in TW 6.5 for setting the percentage.

1: Main Window (this is the complete stage)
2: Scene Viewer

To gain access to the Main Window properties, mouse click of the stage to vacant area. Access and modify the setting in the Properties and Actions at the lower left section of Tourweaver GUI.

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Smooth,

that's exactly what I did. But you can see the result here:
fotodesign2.vacau.com

why does the thumbnail stay in its old position? It seems to be fixed in its previous position, when the main window (same size of scene viewer) was say 800x600.

Alessandro
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You must set the "Azimuth" position of items on the skin. This is done with the 9 square positioning option in the Properties. The 9 positions are:

1: Upper Left 2: Upper Centre 3: Upper Right
4: Centre Left 5: Centre 6: Centre Right
7: Lower Left 8: Lower Centre 9: Lower Right



Check the dot position within the Azimuth you would like to keep the object locked to.

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Smooth,

you are a genius!! Thankyou so much mate.

Have you ever considered writing a book about TW? I think your know-how is huge, and by far better than TW help, which I find to be of very low quality, especially for beginners.
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Quote: Originally posted by rosco on September-26-2012
Smooth,

you are a genius!! Thankyou so much mate.

Have you ever considered writing a book about TW? I think your know-how is huge, and by far better than TW help, which I find to be of very low quality, especially for beginners.

No mate not a genius, just a long time user and panographer. I really do appreciate the thanks.

The book question gets raised every so often. I haven't and I'd never say never. But at this stage I'll stick to helping on the forum and offering professional paid one on one tuition via Skype, ICQ live chat etc.

Regards, Smooth