Re: Touch screens for virtual tours
- It is easy to kill the right mouse button of a standard mouse. Run the panos full screen and remove the keyboard -- that is what I do for Flash pano kiosks. The 3dconnexion SpaceNavigator is good for panos if you dont want to use the touch functionality of the screen for navigating. Maybe you could
the touch screen just for pressing onscreen buttons -- for navigating, choosing panos etc. The SpaceNavigator has buttons (as well as a kind of stubby joystick) but the buttons are a bit hard to press.
Deval has SpaceNavigator support
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Robert Slade <robert@...> wrote:
> Thanks Isaac - I think the kiosk option is the answer ... very useful!
> Isaac Garcia wrote:
> > Good old F11 should take care of most of your worries, but looking up
> > windows "kiosk options" will make it "safer".
> Robert Slade, Photographer
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