The radar plugin shows the current viewing cone / area.
It can be used on a floor map image to show the current viewing direction and field of view on it.
Use the parent attribute to align in on a map image.
Additionally it would be possible to mask out the radar to a specific area by applying an alpha mask image
with the plugin mask attribute.
The pano viewing direction can be changed by dragging the radar cone with the mouse. (Can be disabled by setting enabled="false".)
The position and size of it can by adjusted with the standard plugin attributes.
See the Radar Heading topic for instruction about how to setup the radar/pano heading.
Enable the radar Heading Edit Mode, it helps finding the heading for the pano.
Possible setting: true or false, default=false.
When enabled (set to true) it is possible to right-click the radar and enable the editing of the heading.
See the Radar Heading topic for more details.
Right-click the radar and select "Radar Plugin - Edit Heading":
Now you can drag the radar to adjust the heading, find the heading where the pano view and the radar are showing the same view.
There will be a red crosshair in the pano and a red line in the radar for helping finding the same point.
The current heading and addtional information about the current xml or scene will be shown on the screen:
When done end the edit mode by right-click the radar again:
The heading value will be copied into the system clipboard.