Quote: Originally posted by smooth on April-23-2012
HTML5 is NOT the way to go at all in my eyes. You simply need to down size the images and avoid using all the RAM available on some of these introductory Android phones and tablets. Understand that the cube faces of the HTML5 "Apple Safari" tours produced by Easypano software are limited (Cube Faces)to 500px for phones and 952px for Tablets/Pads and are quite heavily compressed. Do the same for your Flash Android tours and all will be fine also. [/QUOTE]
I agree with you smooth, html5 is not the "golden rush" as promised by many people. It is so simple yet.
Compressing images to run in androids and html5 is working to you Brazil?
Has someone had the same problem than me, exporting as html5 and all features and buttons, appearing as flash common?
You must strip out the Flash buttons after publishing to HTML5 from the relevant folder so they do not display. (or you can change the name of that folder after publishing). It is something Easypano should clean up by not allowing Flash components to be published to HTML5 folders.