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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Another Pano Blog - with a difference

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  • panokaemena@mac.com
    As am Mac User I really cannot understand that hating! the best is when the Pano opens FS in a new Window because when ready, you close that window and
    Message 1 of 7 , Feb 7, 2007
      As am Mac User I really cannot understand that hating!
      the best is when the Pano opens FS in a new Window because when
      ready, you close that window and everything else of your browser
      remains untouched. and only FS the view can the the glory of a FS
      QTVR.....

      Willy

      On Feb 7, 2007, at 5:36, Leo wrote:

      > I am one of those people who *HATE* it when websites resize my
      > browser. When a website makes my browser go "full-screen" I will not
      > go back. I think this comes from the days when windoze would crash a
      > lot when it messed with the display driver. Also, when a window is
      > resized by a website the first thing I think it that some annoying
      > pop-up or Trojan has hijacked my browser (probably a common feeling
      > for inexperienced users who tend to get infected a lot).
      >
      > For what it is worth, I prefer the "full" panorama to be bound by the
      > edge of the browser at a size that I selected before I went to your
      > site. I also prefer to choose myself if a link should be in a new
      > window or in a new tab by which mouse button I press (but I am an
      > experience firefox user so I am probably not the "average" user).
      >
      > Also, many users in my building are using duel monitors (so I am
      > guessing it is becoming more common for everyday computer use). Often
      > the mouse behaves odd when one monitor is in full screen mode and the
      > other is not.
      >
      > I hope that dosen't sound too much like a rant. :-) Just my 2 cents.



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