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jschrader

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Friday, March 18th 2011, 7:23pm

Urgent: Stop all JS

I have an urgent request regarding functionality of the Player with JS on iPad.
Would it be possible to stop all JS events on a panorama page so that it acts just like a plain html page?
If so, how?

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Saturday, March 19th 2011, 11:56am

Hi,

how do you mean that?
there can't be anything without JS?

best regards,
Klaus

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Saturday, March 19th 2011, 12:33pm

Hi Klaus,
let me try to describe what I need:

Customer is running panoramas in his iPad App. If I understood it correctly it works that way that when the App calls a panorama a webviewer is opened. They want the user to be able to close the panorama and get back to the App in an "elegant way". Problem is: The App is kind of a reader where one flips pages with a finger wipe. Nut when the panorama takes over finger wipes are used to turn the panorama. They asked me to install a button that closes the panorama and links to a plain html page. No problem so far. But I thought it could be even better if tapping on the button could stop all panorama actions and turn the "panorama page" into a simple html page in orde to get back into page-flip-by-finger-wipe mode.

Does this make it a bit clearer?

Thank you
Jürgen

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Saturday, March 19th 2011, 12:40pm

Hi,

that would/could mean that you would to remove the touch events listeners in krpano,
currently there is no way to do that, but I will think about that,

best regards,
Klaus

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Saturday, March 19th 2011, 1:02pm

Thank you, Klaus, that would be nice.
As I have heard from others this is a common thing within Apps so probably to have that option would be of a wider interest.
In the meantime I will try to find out if I had described the situation correctly and what the App developers would suggest would suit their needs best.

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Saturday, March 19th 2011, 7:16pm

this is indeed a great idea having swipe feature to run panorama inside that.

would love to see one .. good thought Jürgen
Regards
Mak

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