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Re: java vs flash

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  • jeffreycb2000
    Thanks Ken for the heads up. Regards Jeffrey
    Message 1 of 17 , Nov 18, 2010
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      Thanks Ken for the heads up.

      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...> wrote:
      > If you have a client who wants to have Java only on a Local Area Network where
      > you have some say over how Java is configured and updated on a specific set of
      > machines, then you can do so with confidence. When you have control over how
      > the computers are configured, then you can configure those computers to run
      > Java applets perfectly well.
      > The problems with Java deployment are basically two issues --
      > 1) If you want to use an applet to show your panos to the whole web, then
      > there are definitely going to be problem with some machines that are using
      > old and out of date browsers and Java versions.
      > 2) There is no real development going on for pano VR tours using Java. The
      > tools for building Flash tours are being actively developed but hardly any development
      > is being done on tools for Java. That's the biggest problem.
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