TourWeaver is Raising my Blood Pressure!
Let me apologize in advance for my rant. Aggg! I am so frustrated!
I have one client that I create tours for. I have already created the template and all the graphics. So each new tour should be a breeze. But what should take 3 hours nearly always takes 12.
Yesterday, using version 7.7, I opened the last tour I created and used it to create a new one. But the "blue flairs" that show on my floor plans are all whacked out. What I see when I set their parameters is not what I see when I preview the tour. I do a search on this and find that someone else had the exact same issue in December. A couple of files were sent to him to fix this.
But I need to deliver my tour ASAP. So I open it in version 7.5. The blue flairs work great, as does everything else, and I save off the first of two floor plans. I then start the second floor plan. I delete the scenes and maps and load up the new set. Does it work smoothly? No, it does not!
When a cylindrical 360 is shown in the "slide show" mode it looks fine. But on some of them, when I click the radar link, the image is zoomed in too tight. But it seems random. Sometimes I click it and it works fine (zoomed all the way out, the way I want it) and sometimes it is zoomed in tight. Honestly, it seems random. One time I got them all seemingly working at once, so I quickly published it. But when I played it, the same problem exists.
Am I the only one having all these issues? I have 4 different versions of the software and with each version something does not work. I have always had to pick which feature I don't want to work and use the version to do that. Is it not possible to get a version where all of the major functionality works?
If I were King of EasyPano I would dictate that not a single new feature is to be worked on until a new version is released that is 100% functional, clean and bug free. All efforts would go into making a 100% solid product. Only once that is achieved would I allow any new features to move forward. But, alas, I am not King.