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    First of all, thank you for this plugin – it does a great job!

    I am using panopress for embeding panoramas made with FPP – http://www.stoval.net. I noticed that in Chrome and Opera my panoramas are painfuly slow when in panobox. It’s simply a slideshow. Issue disappears when switching panorama into fullscreen mode. I didn’t notice this problem in IE and Firefox. Is it a known issue? Any workaround?

    Also, I think you are aware of that already – it is not possible to access profile setting on this website.


    Sam Rohn

    i just tried your panos in safari 5.1.7, opera 12.1.4, chrome 2.60b, firefox 19.0, all w flash 11.6.602.171 on Mac OSX 10.6.8

    all panos worked perfectly for me, no slowdowns etc – opera actually seemed to be the one w the smoothest display, although it was a bit jumpy –

    you might want to ask trausti about this one, does not seem to be anything wrong on our end

    and yep, there prob w profiles on this site, i will fix it when i get the chance, hopefully in the coming weeks 🙂


    Sam Rohn :: New York City
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