Morten wrote:Nice work Jon and Damir!
It is actually my kiwi programmer who deserves the credit, since it is his work. He re-plumbed a premium WP plugin to develop the map. Damir gets credit for the skin though . . .
Morten wrote:It would be awesome if the Map in iOSVR could allow us to select also. I would find it a complete pain to view one pano and then have to jump back between the ‘Map page’ and ‘ iOSVR page’ each time I select a pano. Remember, the online community has an attention span of around 0.003 seconds!
Granted, and that is something I would love; I have been told that it might be a possibility in version 3. At least I think I have been told that.
Morten wrote:Alternatively, I would consider utilising the menu system within iOSVR. To break things down you may want one iOSVR Tour for each category. That way if you search 'Accommodation' at least you can scroll through panos from that category. I would think Damir could set up icons that then allow you to change categories within iOSVR (even if it means the page reloads).
That is a good idea and was something I played with. However, this is phase 1 and I am now hoping that businesses will come on board with the project. They are not going to want to be part of a large "tour" themselves.
Morten wrote:BTW you should reduce the 'scroller li' window to 460 if you are just having one pano each time (default is 2760 I think - set for six panos). Otherwise, you can scroll across to a blank description screen. I found the map a little tricky to use (especially on iPad for some reason). When I selected a heading it often selected a different location under or near the flyout and opened a new flyout. When you zoom on both iPhone and iPad the icons become disproportionaltely small. Do you have any control over this?
Good call, Morten. I shall mention this to the programmer.