Re: [PanoToolsNG] Virtual Magazine of Liverpool
- On Sun, 27 Feb 2011 04:18:43 +0900, colchagua007
> Dear Friends,I enjoyed the tour very much, but it didn't get on very well with my
> I have just finished making the virtual magazine of my adoptive city
> Liverpool please click the following link.
> I will appreciate any comments and suggestions that you may have.
Opera browser. Panoramas stopped downloading, after the first few,
the paging back and forth stopped shortly afterwards, and finally
it died on me. Opera, I mean.
I have other browsers, of course, so it was no big deal. I did have
to close and reboot Opera, though. I suppose Opera is too much of a
minority taste to expect full compatibility with tours designed to
work with Internet Explorer, Safari and Firefox. Not to mention
Chrome, of course... I run into this kind of problem fairly often,
and these days I tend to keep Opera for its unparalleled built-in
mail client, and try not to be too disappointed then it fails to
cope with any given website.
A very minor carp on the tour. Occasionally there would be a
panorama that hadn't been leveled sufficiently well, so verticals
didn't remain vertical all the way around. I only mention this
because the general standard is so very high that it seemed a
shame to have left a slight blemish like this. I am a compulsive
picture straightener, so I always notice when verticals tend to