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2008-08-21
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Tourweaver 4.00 is updated on Aug 21st

Dear all,

Tourweaver 4.00 beta is updated and the latest builder is 4.00.080821. Check bug fixes and added features of this builder here: http://www.easypano.com/Virtual-tour-software-44_352.html. Download: http://www.easypano.com/download-tw400.html.

Two new virtual tour demos are added in Tourweaver 4.0 gallery, featured with anchored scene viewer, popup window and etc.: http://www.easypano.com/Virtual-tour-software-44_355.html.


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2008-08-21
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An important note from our programmers:

If you open your virtual tour projects created with previous Tourweaver 4.0 beta versions in this latest builder (4.00.080821), you may find that the swf progress bars (if you did use swf progress bar in loading window and mainwindow) do not proceed. This is because we have modified the loading swf in the resource.

Two Solutions:

1. If you used the swf progress bar provided by us, when you open your project in builder 4.00.080821, please find the loading swf in the directory of ..\Program Files\Easypano\Tourweaver 4.00 Professional Edition\resource\loading_as3.swf and open it again in your project

2. If you used your own created swf progress bar, please find this: ..\Program Files\Easypano\Tourweaver 4.00 Professional Edition\resource\loading_as3.fla and replace the source code of this one with your own swf source code, and after you create your swf again, you can use it in the virtual tour project.

If you have any questions please contact Easypano Support. Thanks!


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2008-08-25
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Hi, EP!
The virtual tour demos you offer in the gallery are interesting and show us the new features. But it would be even more usefull for us to have also the chance to download the project of each one, to study the different aplications.

Regards, Martin


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2008-08-25
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Hi Martin, they do have the one in TW4. Open up TW4: C:\Program Files\Easypano\Tourweaver 4.00 Professional Edition\Samples\LijingGarden and you can see the workings.
Hope this is what you are looking for.
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Hi, Jerry! Yes you are right and thanks for pointing that out, but on the link EP offers above specially the Restaurant demo looks interesting, with the still images gallery pop up. I am trying to find out how it was done. OK maybe I am bit lazzy and should investigate a little more, instead of asking to show me. BTW, how is the pop up window made with the close "x" on the upper right side. It is not the default one TW offers as Pop up window under "Misc", its the other one, under "Window". That is for example one case why I want to see the projects.

Regards, Martin


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2008-08-25
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Hi Martin,

The restaurant demo uses the new Pop up window in TW4, but not pop up image action under "Misc". We will offer the projects later.

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Carol

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2008-08-25
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Hi Martin

I have uploaded the projects for the demo tours in the Tourweaver 4.0 gallery, you may download now. The action added to the close "x" on the upper right side was "close popup window" under "Window".


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2008-08-25
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Hi, Carol and Jenny!

Thanks for your prompt reply. Its nice to feel you are there, supporting us.

Regards, Martin


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2008-08-26
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Hi Martin, did you figure out how to do the pop-up within a pop-up? I think that was what you were asking about above. It got my curiosity up so I tried it in my TW4 test tour where I'm trying to figure out all the new features. Here is the link you can click on the hot spot (arrow) in the first scene.
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2008-08-26
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Hi, Jerry! Yes, thanks for asking. Actually I could find it out, thanks to the projects. The pop ups, the x to close the window and the component hint. Investigating an already created and existing project helps a lot.

Regards, Martin


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2008-08-27
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Jerry,

You really need to adjust your layers in your sample so that your pop-up windows come from behind into the viewer area and not over the top of the whole skin. I assume this is possible? I would think so, via send down a layer, send to back etc.

Regards, Smooth