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    cher001
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    Hi
    I have setup panopress on local with wamp.
    i am getting the following error . please help

    Scenario 1:

    I have entered the following shortcode in a page :
    [ pano file=”Panoramas/pano_tours.xml” width=”600″ height=”300″ title=”Panos” Preview=”Panoramas/p02p.jpg” ]

    Error :

    Scenario 2:
    I have entered the following shortcode in a page :
    [ pano file=”Panoramas/index.html” width=”600″ height=”300″ title=”Panos” Preview=”Panoramas/p02p.jpg” ]

    Error :
    Not Found
    The requested URL /Portfolio/Portfolio/wp-content/uploads/Panoramas/index.html was not found on this server.

    Apache/2.4.9 (Win64) PHP/5.5.12 Server at localhost Port 80

    #3166

    Sam Rohn
    Keymaster

    howdy

    this is really more about determining correct file paths on your wamp local server, which is about more of a wamp & wordpress issue than panopress, and i have not used wamp myself plus we cannot examine your local server to determine these paths so you will have to do a bit of testing to determine the correct values needed here…

    this search should point you in the right direction to determine the proper values for your installation, you might try setting something like “c:/wamp/www/path/etc/etc” in panopress pano upload folder settings

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=local+server+path+wamp

    also see these previous topics re: local server and panopress

    http://www.panopress.org/forums/forum-tag/local-server/

    otherwise, you can try embedding your panos with local http absolute url like this

    pano file=”http://localhost/path/pano.htm”

    of course, replace “localhost” and “/path/pano.htm” with a proper working (local) url for your set up, again, you will have to determine the proper value for your WAMP installation, but as long as you can access your panos via any sort of local http: url, that url should also work in panopress

    thanks

    sam

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