wow! I would have sworn that I saw "Sep 12, 2008" in the date of
Mark's post, but now I see "Feb 12, 2008". Oh my god! I can not rely
on my tired eyes... :-O
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Jim Watters <jwatters@...> wrote:
> Wow Fiero! It was in Feb when Mark asked this question. I had to check
> his site to make sure he didn't update it in the mean time.
> I do find this valuable information. I have been wanting to up date my
> own site for a long time too. And I just ordered a SpaceNavigator from
> 3DConnexion so I better be able to display using DevalVR.
> fierodeval wrote:
> > Hi Mark,
> > But, if you use a for plug-in detection system, why to create several
> > HTML pages? You should create only one HTML and open the virtual tours
> > with the detecting code.
> > For example, I think you know detectvr script (
> > http://www.devalvr.com/instalacion/detectvr.zip ). You could create a
> > all plugins in that page, one HTML page for one VRTour (several
> > page for all VRtours, for example Erik Leeman used detectvr in his
> > site to do it http://www.erikleeman.com/HTM/english-large-NL.htm (You
> > can see all panoramas are open with the same HTML file)
> > regards!
> > fiero
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Mark D. Fink" <markdfink@> wrote:
> >> If you've seen my site (www.northernlight.net), then you are probably
> >> already aware of how little I've done lately with publishing panos.
> >> After seeing what was done at www.nyc.360cities.net, I'd really like
> >> to learn more about the workflow of publishing.
> Jim Watters
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