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Saturday, February 27th 2010, 12:55am

encrypting errors

Hi,
I think that it will be better I abandon my Beta tests with the encryption. There are too many errors and I do not manage to reproduce some good results of the beginings. I work 2nd day on the third virtual tour of 5 multires panoramas.
When there are several folders, it happens that some are forgotten by krprotect and are not encrypted. By encrypting separately image folders and trying to start the tour I obtain : « XML parser error: element is malformed (#1090).
Maybe I'm dooing something wrong?
Best regards, Hub

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Monday, March 1st 2010, 1:36pm

Hi,

Quoted

When there are several folders, it happens that some are forgotten by krprotect and are not encrypted.
there are no error message or so?
on Mac paths with special or accent characters are problematic at the moment,
but when a file couldn't be processed an error message should appear...


Quoted

By encrypting separately image folders and trying to start the tour I obtain : « XML parser error: element is malformed (#1090).
are you using an swf with created by the kprotect tool?
the normal krpano.swf can't load encrypted files...

when uploading encrypted files - make sure that any ascii-binary conversion is turned-off,
this will corrupt the files,

best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, June 1st 2010, 9:36pm

Hi,
Quoted
When there are several folders, it happens that some are forgotten by krprotect and are not encrypted.
there are no error message or so?
on Mac paths with special or accent characters are problematic at the moment,
but when a file couldn't be processed an error message should appear...
I've encountered the problem with special character on windows too.
I had a '#' character in the path to my tour and I received the "XML parser error: element is malformed (#1090)" error.

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Tuesday, June 1st 2010, 10:07pm

Hi,
I've encountered the problem with special character on windows too.
I had a '#' character in the path to my tour and I received the "XML parser error: element is malformed (#1090)" error.
thanks for this note!
right, it seems '#' is problematic, I will try to fix it,
but I'm not able to get an xml parser error because of an '#' in a url,
do you have an example where this happens?

best regards,
Klaus

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 8:32am

Not online.
I was testing the tour offline (on my hdd) and one folder in the path to the xml files started with '#'. It should be easy for you to reproduce it locally.

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 12:42pm

Hi,

yes, I could reproduce the '#' path (loading) problem, but not the "XML parser error" because of it...

best regards,
Klaus

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 1:16pm

In my case, i have a main.xml which is used as a starting xml and it includes the additional.xml file.
The parser error is generated for the additional.xml file

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 3:10pm

Hi,

and in the additional.xml there are some paths with '#' characters?

best regards,
Klaus

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 4:22pm

Nope

I have a index.html (pretty standard) that sets starting xml for krpano to main.xml.
In main.xml I have a <include> with %SWFPATH%\text_styles.xml
The problem is that in my case, %SWFPATH% was something like D:\Work\#svn\....\panoramas.