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Old 02-23-2011, 07:32 PM
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Default Sonepur Elephant Mela

One of the members on the forum asked to see these panos of the Sonepur Elephant Mela.
One of these days when I have time I need to remake this tour.
http://www.indiavrtours.com/sonepur/tour.html

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Old 02-24-2011, 10:54 AM
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Thank you Roger!

Lovelly pictures! ... I've particularly liked the ones taken with the slanted pole technique above the water... thanks for sharing!

By the way flash tracer was flashing me an error when clicking at "Bull Elephant" thumb:

TypeError: Error #1006: getParam no es una funci?n.
at Hotspots/executeFunction()
at Hotspots/execute()
at Hotspots/executeFunction()
at Hotspots/execute()
at picMenu_fla::MainTimeline/thumbClicked()


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Old 02-24-2011, 04:52 PM
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Hi Antonio,

I see the error but can't find the problem.
This was my first attempt at using the panologic plugin to switch from high to low quality, but I eventually gave up after many long days and nights trying.
With a lot of help from Tommy and Scott I was later able to use panologic on my Swimming With Tigers tour.
One of these days I need to go back and redo this Sonepur tour making it like the tiger tour, also need to add audio and change some of the poans, like adding this one:
http://www.indiavrtours.com/sonepur/...lephants4.html

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Roger,

the cause of the error might be that you're missing a "=" between "radarOffset" and "220":

Code:
image_007="pano.leash=free;loadPano(panoName=images/elephant_sale4&panhome=-10&tilthome=0&zoomHome=1,200);external.gpmap2.radarOffset220; external.gpmap2.panTo=25.69047468291544 | 85.18872857093811;global.onTransitionEnd=move_image_007();"
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When you are not swimming with tigers, you are still the king of the pole Roger

I love the self portait near the water. You make it look so simple, but I know better.... Amazing!

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