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Sunday, February 9th 2014, 5:57pm

Input Textfield in HTML5

Does somebody know how to implement a INPUT-Textfield in HTML5? Aldo`s textfield PlugIn for Flash is really working very well (Thanks again for his work!), but Client also want`s to have that feature it on his iPad...

Any solutions?
Any Ideas?
Or will that be a feature in a new Version of KrPano, Klaus...;-)

Thanks for your help,
Steve

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Monday, February 10th 2014, 8:03am

Hi!
you can use standard input html element
just add it in html over tour div.

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Andrey
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Monday, February 10th 2014, 8:25am

Or will that be a feature in a new Version of KrPano
Hi,

yes, that's (and also many other text related features) are already on my feature-request/todo list, but I can't say any dates. At the moment I'm pretty busy with trying to finish the 1.17 version itself. That means big text-related updates will probably come after 1.17.

Best regards,
Klaus

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Monday, February 10th 2014, 8:53pm

ahhh, that sounds fine... *smile*
An Input field in HTML5 is really urgent for your player... *thumbsup*

@andrew: was thinking about that, but I need it for an already finished "input-and-selecable-screen" in my tour...I think I have to write an extra js-PlugIn. Or can I use an embeded Input Textfield in the HTML and tell the krpano Player to be the parent???
Mean, that I Say in the player: hello "div", be parent of my <plugin> and use the follow x/y etc. values?
Never tried before...

Regards,
Steve