May 15, 2015 at 11:36 am #3282
Using your good plugins I found that IFRAME calculated size is wrong.
The IFRAME width must be less than container width.
The width must be (container width) – (padding*2+border*2).
Also IFRAME height must be decreased of (padding*2+border*2)
Using a panobox where include HTML file is rendered full screen (tested with Pano2VR and PtGui html file), the right side of IFRAME is over the right side of panobox.
The same problem is on this site: http://rapturousmedia.com/services/360-aerial-photography/
(Link taken from another post)
AlessandroMay 18, 2015 at 5:43 pm #3283June 16, 2016 at 11:25 pm #3545
Hey Omer, has there been a fix for this issue? It is still occuring for me.March 26, 2017 at 8:25 pm #3600
I have been having this problem for years. I have decided I really need a fix for it.
It just takes that 10% off of my professional 360 services site to have the iframe not fit on my own panos :-/
This post is 9 months old now… The link posted still has the problem and I don’t see a solution here.
Have you found a solution mrcthompson? or Omar?
Thanks for any help.
Attachments:May 22, 2017 at 8:23 am #3621
I am experiencing the same issue. Don’t know exactly when it started, but it was not always like this. First I tried to deactivate other lightbox plugins etc. to make sure it was not caused by them, but it seems to be a panopress issue.
Tested with Firefox and Chrome, Panopress used with SaladoPlayer Flash Panoramas.
Attachments:May 22, 2017 at 9:00 am #3623
This problem was originally posted in 2015.
I would love a fix for this, it seems to be an issue for many users.
Alas… Omer hasn’t replied in over 2 years…May 22, 2017 at 1:23 pm #3624
There is not much development going on, but the plugin is not dead either. Omar and Sam are replying here and in the WP support forum every now and then, so, as this is not a live-or-dead issue, I will just wait and give them a little time. Maybe they will look into it.May 22, 2017 at 1:37 pm #3625
Did I mention 2015?
I guess we can keep bumping the thread for a few more years.
🙂May 25, 2017 at 12:41 pm #3634May 25, 2017 at 11:06 pm #3635
Thanks Omer, I really appreciate your hard work in developing this plugin.
The fix does nothing different tho…
I’ve tried in Chrome and Safari with a cleared cache.
I’ve copied it twice to make sure I have overwritten the correct file.
Has this fixed the issue for anyone else?
Attachments:May 26, 2017 at 2:58 am #3638
In my case, it solves the problem. See my example link, it looks fine with Chrome and Firefox: https://www.tilmanbremer.de/2012/11/saladoplayer-and-panopress/May 26, 2017 at 4:33 am #3639
Here is a link to an example virtual tour on my site: https://chrisogrady.com/virtual-tour-d-resort-singapore/
The image in the middle of the page pops out to a full screen virtual tour.
The formatting is still not correct…May 26, 2017 at 4:49 am #3640
Do you have cache-plugins active in wordpress? If so, did you make sure that you emptied thoses caches, too?
It’s hard to tell why its not working for you. It could be a specific problem of Panotour, but I don’t know why that should be. Only thing I can say is, I tested it with SaladoPlayer (OpenPano) and Marzipano, for both players, the size of the iframe fits the lightbox.
Where do you load your panopress.js from? I tried that one: https://cdn.chrisogrady.com/wp-content/plugins/panopress/js/panopress.js and it delivers me V1.2 of panopress. The current fix is V1.3 with a comment of Omer included about the iframe size. It seems to me that you simply did not replace the correct file. Is that possible?May 26, 2017 at 5:33 am #3641
Nicely spotted Tilman,
I purged my CDN and it updated.
And thanks gain Omer for this great plugin!May 26, 2017 at 9:55 am #3642
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