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Old 06-01-2007, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by PauloGGPX
is the v2.1 update out?? I didn't get anything in my email :cry:
...[at]gogopixel.pt? It's ok. I did't get it back. Contact me at flashpanoramas@gmail.com if you couldn't find it.
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Old 06-01-2007, 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by henew
Hi Denis

The features in the new release are really cool. But even after reading the hotspot documentation I do not check how you made your "Add some life to panoramas" sample. It would be very useful to publish the XML of this sample.

Thanks
There is no secret, you can find it in html source:

Code:
<?xml version='1.0'?>
<panorama>

	<parameters>

	zoomMax=2.5
	disableLoading=1
	disableControls=1
	
	layer_2=files/hotspots.swf
	layer_4=files/glassMeter.swf
	layer_5=files/menuFullscreen.swf

	</parameters>

	<hotspots>

	<global onTransitionEnd="externalInterfaceID=live;pano.disableControls=0;preview.id=;"

	goUp="
	pano.qualityStatic=low
	saturation=0,1000
	depth=15
	static=1
	scaleable=0
	staticX=0,1000
	staticY=0,1000
	scale=1,700
	distance=1,2100,elastic
	rotationX=0,2100,elastic
	rotationY=0,2100,elastic
	rotationZ=0,2100,elastic
	global.timer=1,2100,-,restoreQuality
	"

	goDown="
	pano.qualityStatic=low
	saturation=-0.5,1000
	depth=10
	static=0
	scaleable=1
	scale=0.5,500
	distance=1,600
	rotationX=0,600
	rotationY=0,600
	global.timer=1,700,-,restoreQuality
	"

	restoreQuality="pano.qualityStatic=medium"	

	>


	<spot id="preview" url="images/preview_office.jpg" static="1" buttonMode="0" />

	<spot id="play" url="images/black_play.png" static="1" onClick="loadPano(?panoName=images/office,0);id=;" onOver="brightness=0.1,1000,elastic;contrast=0.4,1000,elastic" onOut="brightness=0,1000,elastic;contrast=0,1000,elastic" />

	<spot id="fps" linked="images/office" url="images/fpsStatic.swf" static="1" align="LB" salign="RT" depth="20" />

	<box id="pic1" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_1.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-50" tilt="-38" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-33" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic1.closeMe; goUp(); scale=0.9,700; onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-50,700; tilt=-38,700; rotationZ=-33,700; onClick=openMe;" />
	<box id="pic2" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_2.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-49" tilt="-30" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-20" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic2.closeMe; goUp(); onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-49,700; tilt=-30,700; rotationZ=-20,700; onClick=openMe;" />
	<box id="pic3" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_3.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-65" tilt="-32" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-25" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic3.closeMe; goUp(); onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-65,700; tilt=-32,700; rotationZ=-25,700; onClick=openMe;" />
	<box id="pic4" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_4.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-63" tilt="-28" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-110" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic4.closeMe; goUp(); onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-63,700; tilt=-28,700; rotationZ=-110,700; onClick=openMe;" />
	<box id="pic5" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_5.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-53" tilt="-25" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-10" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic5.closeMe; goUp(); onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-53,700; tilt=-25,700; rotationZ=-10,700; onClick=openMe;" />
	<box id="pic6" linked="images/office" url="images/IMG_6.jpg" saturation="-0.5" pan="-56" tilt="-45" scale="0.5" orientation="down" rotationZ="-10" onClick="openMe()" openMe="hidePic(); global.hidePic=pic6.closeMe; goUp(); onClick=closeMe;" closeMe="global.hidePic=; goDown(); pan=-56,700; tilt=-45,700; rotationZ=-10,700; onClick=openMe;" />

	<box id="clock" linked="images/office" url="images/officeClock.swf" pan="-15.9" tilt="6.4" scale="0.5" orientation="front" refreshRate="1" segmentsX="4" segmentsY="4" buttonMode="0" />

	<box id="vid" linked="images/office" url="files/flvplayer.swf?file=../images/abeauty.flv" pan="30.9" tilt="-10.4" segmentsX="6" segmentsY="4" refreshRate="20" scalex="0.68" scaley="0.7" rotationX="4" soundRadius="190" enableSoundPanning="1" />

	</global>

	</hotspots>

</panorama>
It's not so hard as it looks. Just several features together.
You can write better after some training with it.
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Old 06-01-2007, 02:49 PM
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Found a bug!

It seems that new pano.swf has problem with multiple assignments.

I mean the way you do your assignments in livePano.xml doesn't work.

For example:

Code:
goUp="  pano.qualityStatic=low  saturation=0,1000  depth=15  static=1"
will not work but

Code:
goUp="  pano.qualityStatic=low;  saturation=0,1000;  depth=15;  static=1;"
will work

seem to be a ";" problem!

bye
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Old 06-04-2007, 02:43 PM
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Yes, you need to divide assigments using ; or line feed.
Because some parameters can be empty:
Code:
loaderText =
loaderFailed =
I thought I point it in manual. ops:
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Old 06-06-2007, 01:40 PM
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Great work Denis - I am almost ready to give up all the other pano viewers I am using ,

I have a few questions that some of you more experienced users might be able to help with. Here is my sample:

http://demo.newspin360.net/flashpanoplayer/pano.html

1) Fly up image overlap - I placed two fly up images in my pano - one is on the bar (dark red) and one is on the floor by the tripod location (same image). When you view one of these fly up images and then position the pano so the image in view is over the other image (for example you are viewing the tripod image but the bar is behind it) - the other image on the bar shows through the first image. I hope that makes sense. I am using a cut and paste of the xml file used for the "Add Some Life" example.

Here is the xml file: http://demo.newspin360.net/flashpanoplayer/panoxml.xml

2) Using this same xml I wanted to add two hotspots - one to link to another pano and another to show a YouTube video. However, when I used the code from the manual I could not get either working. I am new to a lot of this but I wondered if it was because of the global parameters I have used for hotspots. I don't know. Does anyone have a suggestion or sample xml code for these two things - preferably using the box parameter so I can distort.

Thanks!
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Old 06-07-2007, 09:26 AM
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Denis said that distorted hostpots won't work with youtube videos, so you got to download it first and then use flvplayer.

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Old 06-08-2007, 04:07 AM
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Thanks jaaaab that helps,

I have been work with the documention and I can't seem to determine how to do it.

I have two panos that are connected with hotspots,

http://demo.newspin360.net/flashpano...tour/pano.html

xml file - http://demo.newspin360.net/flashpano...ur/panoxml.xml

When linking panos in this way (using the linked parameter) is there a way to set the panHome= parameter for the next pano?

I would like to link multiple panos and be able to determine the starting location on each.
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Old 06-08-2007, 09:07 AM
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hi kevin,

well this forum is a huge source of information

check here http://www.flashpanoramas.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=113
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Old 06-10-2007, 03:15 PM
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well this forum is a huge source of information Wink

check here http://www.flashpanoramas.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=113
Thanks jaaaab that is just what I am looking for.... sorry I have been using the search trying to find the answer to my questions

I know how it is to see the same questions a lot that are often in the manual, I am a regular on the Tourweaver forum and I feel like I have a good background on that application - I am often in your shoes, helping other.

But now I am just SOOO EXCITED about this viewer! I want to do everything right away!

Thank you for the help!
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Old 06-10-2007, 10:04 PM
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I am just SOOO EXCITED
and i just can't hide it.. :lol:

yes we are all
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