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Monday, December 9th 2019, 9:22pm

How to realize a time progress bar

Hi guys!
I'm trying to realize a time progress bar on my KR tour to move from different periods of time by clicking on the bar; in each step on the bar there wil be an image captured on a specific date. I want to show the time progress of working.
I'm tried with a slider like in the slider blanding cube example but only for two images; i need more images and steps on the bar.
Some tips please?

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Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 1:31pm

  • for the slider, you'll need to to create a sprite sheet of all the images

  • use the videointerface.xml theme from videopano example, but it will need to be adapted.


look at video timeline thumbnail for ideas

sorry I am unable to help much more, I am following this as I need to implement this in my project also

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Thursday, December 12th 2019, 12:45pm

Thanks for your advice but videointerface is different from my idea.
I want a bar to scroll/move manually from an image to another. This is a draw of my idea
Vito91 has attached the following image:
  • Slide.jpg

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Wednesday, December 18th 2019, 5:08pm

If I understand correctly you don't want a progress bar so much as a seek bar. You can still use code in the Video-Panorama example as a starting point. Focus on the mouse interaction with the play head. In your case, you will test for the closest click-stop X on mouseup. You might do that by testing the mouse x position and finding which, of several ranges, it falls in. You can do that with a series of nested "if" tests. Depending on the result, snap your slider to the corresponding click-stop and show the corresponding pano.