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Old 10-21-2007, 03:37 PM
asmilie2b3 asmilie2b3 is offline
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Default FP won't accept new horizontal fov

I am using FP 2.2 and giddy because it supports partial cylinders.
But have come across a problem. When I load a panorama that has a hfov less than 360, then go to one that has a full 360 hfov, FP remembers the less than 360 value, and thus the panorama will not swing around the full 360.
I am using the loadpano param like this:

onClick="loadPano(panoname=images/living&xml_file=living.xml,1000,fade)"

So it should be using the xml file I specify which does have the correct hfov in it. But it seems to be completely ignored. Bug??

Here is the link to the tour:
http://inview.jp/ogikubo/flash/start.html

If you click the top text link, then click the long green icon above the toolbar. Then click the red icon in the middle ( it is a non 360). Then again click the long green icon, and either of the two red icons not the middle one. Then even though those panoramas are full 360, they are stuck with the hfov of the kitchen, even though I specified a unique xml file...

Any thoughts appreciated.
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Old 10-25-2007, 10:45 AM
Denis Denis is offline
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I think the problem is in limits.swf plugin, it stores pan_max and pan_min when you load the partial panorama.
Try to set in 360 panorama parameters:
Code:
<limits>
pan_max=
pan_min=
<limits>
Empty strings should remove old restrictions.
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