tell viewer find file

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Post 3+ Months Ago

the \\\\\sample///// I searched with google toolbar is here:(((((((((((((http://vr.albury.net.au/~kathyw/PanoTools/ Its actualy is faster to loadup with the java viewer from there site.

I have that page with the code at:(((((((((http://vr.albury.net.au/%7Ekathyw/PanoTools/tutorials/panotools1.html#step2

(What I'm doing is creating spinning panoramas using alot of stuff that doesnt require any plugins)
Where do I tell the java viewer to find the IVR file?
Here is the source code:
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<HTML>
<BODY BGCOLOR="#000000">
<script language="JavaScript">
<!--//
var myBrowser = navigator.appName;
var myVersion = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);
if (myBrowser == 'Netscape' && myVersion < 4.0)
{
document.write('<applet archive="lpjpanoNS3.zip" code="LPPano.class" width=320 height=200>');
}
else
{
document.write('<applet archive="lpjpano.zip" code="LPPano.class" width=320 height=200>');
}
//-->
</script>
<PARAM name=cabbase value="lpjpano.cab">
<PARAM name=file value="./pano.ivr">
</applet>
</BODY>
</HTML>
  1. <HTML>
  2. <BODY BGCOLOR="#000000">
  3. <script language="JavaScript">
  4. <!--//
  5. var myBrowser = navigator.appName;
  6. var myVersion = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);
  7. if (myBrowser == 'Netscape' && myVersion < 4.0)
  8. {
  9. document.write('<applet archive="lpjpanoNS3.zip" code="LPPano.class" width=320 height=200>');
  10. }
  11. else
  12. {
  13. document.write('<applet archive="lpjpano.zip" code="LPPano.class" width=320 height=200>');
  14. }
  15. //-->
  16. </script>
  17. <PARAM name=cabbase value="lpjpano.cab">
  18. <PARAM name=file value="./pano.ivr">
  19. </applet>
  20. </BODY>
  21. </HTML>


I have all the tools in its own folder I just need to tell it the file is in F:\Panorama. the above code was a sample.

(((I was able to set everything up but the index I made from the tutorial I used the sample but I'm not sure how to tell it where the .ivr is at.)))
I was able to put the pano12.dll in the system library and copy the plugins into photoshop cs.

Thankyou in advance for your much needed assistance :throwmonitor:

For referece I have another posting here: http://www.panoramafactory.com/discus/messages/10/609.html?1076460366

P.S. This is a little reward for listening to my wining here:
http://www.designerwiz.com/index.htm

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Post 3+ Months Ago

^bump^

Just wanted to make sure this post didn't get ignored. I don't have the answer, but it sorta got burried so I thought I'd bring it to the top for others to see.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thankyou for your help :bouncingsmile:

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