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viewinz

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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 4:02am

overlay floorplan

I've noticed examples of people loading new floorplans into the google maps plugin using image overlay.

Is there a way this can be called in the XML? i.e. add a floorplan image to google maps when you access a scene, and then add spots to those?

I found this in the API http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documen…#GGroundOverlay but it is a little over my head.

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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 10:08am

Is there a way this can be called in the XML? i.e. add a floorplan image to google maps when you access a scene, and then add spots to those?
currently not,
or better - only with extending the googlemaps plugin source code...

best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, June 14th 2011, 1:39pm

Here's an example of overlay map in Google map.
http://code.google.com/intl/ru/apis/maps…lay-simple.html
It's so easy and free.
How I make something like that in krpano?

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Tuesday, June 14th 2011, 10:49pm

Use javascript and put that in a div, and make krpano opaque.. then you have full control and some performance loss.
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Wednesday, June 15th 2011, 9:55am

Use javascript and put that in a div, and make krpano opaque.. then you have full control and some performance loss.

Can you show some example of this?

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Wednesday, June 15th 2011, 5:17pm

Just create an absolutely positioned div in the html.

google for it, so you get all the css examples.
Then to use it, you'd simply control the css . display: none for example.
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