Re: [PanoToolsNG] Need a little usability and functionality review [was Re: Another Pano Blog - with a difference]
- Hi Pat,
> ----- Original Message ----Well... you have a point there. But the button is just a simple swf for esthetic reasons.
> From: Pat Swovelin <Panoramas@...>
> To: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, February 7, 2007 12:06:39 AM
> Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Need a little usability and functionality review [was Re: Another Pano Blog - with a difference]
> I like that it says "Click to load panorama!" but when I click on the
> "fullscreen" link and it opens as a fullscreen image that "fullscreen"
> link is still there. When you're in fullscreen mode it should say
> "return to page" or "small screen version" or words to that effect so
> that people will know what it does (i.e., it's a toggle).
I was focused on other issues at that moment, but you're right. It should have a toggle function. I'll think about how to create that function, but it's a little more complicated because right now there are more than one swfs involved and I guess I have to set up a little communication between them. Or maybe after a good night sleep, I'll awake with another ideea ! ;)
> You've got a couple of bogus question marks in this line (in your OtherIndeed... that's because the title of that page has some special characters in it. I'll what I can do about them...
> pano blogs field) "refocus : your mind ? 360?"
> The mouse wheel does zoom in fullscreen mode. FF2 Win XP Pro.Yes, it works. But not the keys.. :((
But after the release of version 2.0 of the flash pano player, I'll include a visual navigation.
> The panos are somewhat jerky for my tastes but that's the nature ofTell that to the Adobe guys! :))
> Flash panos (at least for the time being).
Until we have hardware acceleration in flash player, I don't see how we can have a smoother motion in flash.
Thanks man, for your comments! :)
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