By default, the dashboard buttons appear in ALL panos in a tour. It is possible to remove the dashboard from a pano. To do that, you have to individually select each button, select the pano in which it SHOULD appear in, and move that pano to the right hand list. Without multiple hotspot selection this is will take around one minute for one pano.
You find the video tutorial HERE
Here is the text accompanying the tutorial:
1. Start the application
2. Name your project
3. Drag and drop the first pano of the tour into the toolbox
4. Click "Plugins" tab
5. Click the "Tourificator" button
6. Click the green hotspot creator button
7. Drag in the second and third etc. panos for the tour
8. I will put a lensflare in one pano. Select the pano you want to have the lensflare to appear in (select it in the list, then click "View Pano"
9. Click "Plugins" tab
10. Click the "Lensflare" button
11. Click "Select Lensflare" then select the flare you want
12. Move the pano to the desired position to place the lensflare
13. Click "Lock Position" to place the lensflare
14. Click "Reload"
NOTE: At this point the lensflare will appear in ALL the panos of the tour, because it has not been assigned a pano to appear in!
15. Click "Plugins" tab
16. Click the "Tourificator" button
17. Click once on the pano in which the lensflare is supposed to appear in (in the left list)
18. Click "View Pano" button
19. Select the lensflare hotspot in the hotspot drawer (one click if it's not already selected)
20. Click the arrow button between the lists. This will make sure that the lensflare is ONLY displayed in the selected pano
This very same method is used to assign hotspots to select panos, and avoid the hotspots to appear in ALL of them
Here another example:
21. Select the first (not yet used) hotspot in the hotspot drawer (pano changes to the first pano of the tour)
22. Select the pano in which you want this hotspot to be displayed in
23. Click the arrow button between the lists to move the pano you want the hotspot to appear in
24. Click "Hotspots" tab
25. Click "Source" and select the image you want for the hotspot
26. Click "Reload" on the Preview window
27. Click "Plugins" tab
28. For this little demo I choose "Poorificator" to make a clickable link to open a webpage
29. Name the function
30. Type in the URL for the webpage to be opened
31. Click "Create as Function" or "Auto-Attach Function" and move to step 36 of the tutorial. If you click "Create as Function, continue with step 32. Otherwise go to step 36.
32. Click "Functions" tab
33. Click "Attach To" then select "Hotspot"
34. Click "onClick"
35. Click on the arrow button between the lists
36. Click "Reload" on the Preview window
37. Click on "Plugins" tab
38. Click the "Tourificator" button
39. Make sure the pano in which you want the hotspot displayed is selected and click "View Pano", and there you will find the hotspot.
40. To align the hotspot to a position you desire, go to the "Hotspots" tab and use the alignment tools to put it where you want.
41. Click "Plugins" tab, then "Tourificator"
42. Click on the first pano in the list, then "View Pano" button, then the second, third, fourth etc. to see how the panos are. Note that in this example, the "Google" hotspot is NOT present in any panos except the second one, since that was what I wanted, and that was done in steps 21-36. Equally the lensflare is only visible in the 4th pano, which was decided in steps 8-20.
41. Make hotspots to link the panos in the tour (see another video tutorial to see how that is done, here I will just do it without explanation. Pause the video if I'm doing things too fast).
Note: Steps 31-35 can be eliminated in the latest version (2.016) of FFC. With a single click on "Auto-Attach Function" button, the hotspot will be ready (for on-click action).
Version 2.016 is ready for download now.
No project files available with this one, since I closed FFC before flashificating... but it works.