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Thursday, March 5th 2009, 12:28am

shadow

I can't find a shadow function, or I can see a kind of shadow (lightening) under the buttons of "options" and "edit".
I wish to use the shadow to distinguish the miniatures that appear on my pano.

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Thursday, March 5th 2009, 4:02am

You can achieve similar effects using the options of the textfield plugin http://www.krpano.com/plugins/textfield/

Depending upon what your miniatures are... you may just have to create the shadow in a graphics program with the images in the png format.

Post a link to a sample and someone might be able to comment on a preferred path.

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Thursday, March 5th 2009, 11:03am

Here you are the inks towards two small virtual tours :

http://annecypanoramique.free.fr/2009011…s_Bethleem.html

http://www.annecypanoramique.com/krpano_…0090301_06.html


I made the first one with FPP who has the " shadow " plugin (hotspot). The second, was made under KRPano. To distinguish it's miniatures from the bottom of the panorama, I had to apply white borders.

I thought about the shadows created in PS with the transparency of PNG, but the edges of the blurred shadow are not neat because of a weak resolution of miniatures.

I shall try the textfield plugin you were talking about.

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Thursday, March 5th 2009, 2:14pm

Hi, a build-in support for effects like shadow, glow, blur, ... will come in one of the next 1.0.8 beta versions

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Thursday, March 5th 2009, 2:40pm

Thank you Klaus ! KRPano is great !

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