Re: [PanoToolsNG] FPP advancing
- Dear Ken Warner ,
Obviously this is the best place to discuss/learn this theme .Wich else
could be better ?
On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 5:34 PM, Trausti Hraunfjord <
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> Of course this is no support forum... and the best thing would be to such
> discussions to the FPP or FFC forums where all discussion is welcome.
> But to address enridp:
> 1. drag & drop onto trashcan.
> 2. click the autorotation button to stop/start
> See here: http://www.screenr.com/qxw
> As always, FPP has all the basics for doing what needs to be done... FFC
> will be built on this platform, and make it possible for anyone (non coders
> and coders alike) to create linked tours in seconds, with every available
> plugin. Functions as you know them from FFC already as recordable things,
> will continue to be a FFC only feature, along with most of the things that
> hugely save time for panorama creators. One will be able to build libraries
> of different functions over time, and use those (and fine tune) as needed
> later on, or share those for other users. There are many things planned,
> more than even I can find time to rant about.
> On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 11:19 AM, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...>
> > Trausti,
> > I think this is a good thing -- I really like the idea that the browser
> > the frame
> > work for the IDE (Interactive Development Environment). But am unclear on
> > couple of things.
> > 1) Where is the best place to discuss this because I don't think
> > is the best place to discuss this?
> > 2) This is an editor for FPP. I see the XML editor. With that alone, one
> > can make complete tours right? So FFC will provide a GUI interface to the
> > XML so that one doesn't have to edit XML? I personally don't mind working
> > at the XML level if all parameters and variables are thoroughly
> > Further thoughts on your work I will post in the appropriate forum.
> > Ken
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