HomeForumsPanoPress SupportPano2VR: Fixed skin's objects with anchor on resize

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    Hello everyone . I apologize for my English and I hope for your help.

    1. I have a project ready for publication, created in Pano2VR. (Note: The pano has a size of 960×420)

    2. I publish the project to a WordPress blog via short code

    3. In Opera, version 12, which does not support html5 in Pano2VR , panorama published as a flash , and that’s fine .

    4. If I manually via html browser changing panorama size (for example, reduces the height twice) — that view is cropped from the bottom , cutting the control panel.

    5. However, if I directly open html- file in the browser (which, recall, 12 opera opens as a flash), and change the size, the control panel is cut off, and react responsively .

    It can be seen that the html code differs: panopress inserts flash as iframe, while Pano2VR reserves as flash object. Maybe that’s the case?

    Sorry if I do not explained. I hope to help. Thanks in advance.



    I found solution: when you save your pano as html5 in Pano2VR, select checkbox “Fullscreen” in tab “HTML”.

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