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Friday, October 2nd 2009, 5:54pm

Chromeless window

Is there any way to make the standalone krpano projector chromeless with custom shaped window.
In other words, does it work with mProjector?

2

Monday, October 5th 2009, 11:33am

Hi,

no, currently the normal standalone flashplayer is used there, and that can't be changed,

mProjector works a bit different,
if it works with krpano - sorry I don't know/haven't not tested that...

best regards,
Klaus

3

Monday, October 5th 2009, 4:07pm

Thanx Klaus
I've tried the trial version of krpano with mProjector and it throws out the "LICENCE ERROR".
I think, this is not due to the trial version, but rather because of the way you protect it right?
Do you plan in future to make krpano available for such products like mProjector?
Adding chromeless feature to krprotect would be probably to complicated.
In some forum i've read, that you plan to make the krpano embedable. I would appreciate this feature.
Maybe then it would work in mProjector too.
regards
Peter

4

Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 3:41pm

Krpano with Zinc

I have experimented with MDM Zinc, and it throws out this error:
"4BC37A1F293B47169DBC8019C50075F5.XML - LOADING ERROR (io eRROR)"
I assume, it's because it's a trial version. Would it work, when krpano is licensed?
I've found out, that you plan to make the Krpano embedable in 1.0.9 release. Would it then be possible to use it with other projector compilers?
thanx
Peter

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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 9:51am

Hi, sorry, I have no experiences with mProjector or Zinc, but regarding to your error messages it seems that it could work when the swf was build with the kprotect tool and had the license and the xml embedded... best regards, Klaus