Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: File Format-
- On 30/06/2008, at 10:57 AM, AYRTON wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 5:20 PM, 360 PrecisionCan't pass judgement on windows as I don't run it any more (apart
>> The problem is Java just sucks on anything platform other than
>> Windows. The only plug-in/tech I've ever had issues with on OS X is
>> Java and the Java plug-in. My powerbook still won't display ANY Java
>> applets regardless of 3 fresh installs and no one can find any
> Same with me
> My PB G4 also does note show java
> my powermac G4 doesn't too
from VirtualPC), but Java has been getting worse not better since
microsoft stuffed about with it and their "run better on
windows" (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) "improvements". It was known back
then that they deliberately try to erode the WORA concept behind the
Java theory to boost their own market share by making others look bad
in the guise of making theirs look better :(
What I can also say is that on both Linux and OS X most Java apps
I've tried max out the processor(s), hog memory and thrash the hard
disk like nobodies business.
I can view Java applets on my G4 PB, but I prefer not to. Partly for
the reasons stated above, and partly as they "feel" sluggish and
unresponsive one minute, then run away on you the next.
I used to be very excited about the promise of Java, but it's lost a
lot of it's shine. So much so I haven't let my G4 PB update it's Java
for yonks ...
Ayrton/Matthew, if you have specific URL's that don't work for you,
can you post them please? It may be interesting to note behaviour
against Java update version and browser?
- Many thanks to all those who took the time to test the pano.
I suppose than now I have some useful info.
Loading in Windows computers is usually very fast, so I suppose that the
slow loading is caused by the internet connection. Unless java on Mac is
hopeless, of course.
At the moment there is no point in having a larger pano, since the
current implementation of java has not enough memory available to store
a larger image.
I hope that I will be able to prepare something in the next months.
Uri Cogan ha scritto:
> Fulvio Senore wrote:
>> So I am curious. Here is an old sample of a rather large java pano:
>> May anybody test it with a Mac, just to report if it is fast enough?
>> I am confident that, on modern computers, the speed could be easily
> It would be interesting to see a full-screen Java pano. Your sample Took
> 25 seconds to load fully - this probably depends on the connection speed
> rather than on Java itself. panning and zooming were quite smooth.
> Mac Pro Intel dual processor 2 Ghz, Mac OS 10.5.3, Safari browser.
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