A list of terms used throughout Pano2VR.
Actions are like a set of directions that are applied to any element added to the skin to create interactivity.
A component is a pre-defined skin element or group of skin elements.
A container is an invisible skin element used to group elements.
The default view is the project's initial opening view or angle.
A droplet is a small application that is used to batch convert images or batch create outputs.
Viewer elements include hotspots and pinned images, and Skin Elements include text boxes and hotspot templates.
A ghost hotspot is a hotspot that is not yet activated in Pano2VR.
Hotspots are definable, interactive areas within the panorama.
A hotspot proxy ID is used to make a link between hotspots and skin elements and their actions.
A placeholder that links the Hotspot Image in the skin to the hotspot in the image.
A loading bar is a set of graphical elements (or a single element) that is used to illustrate how much of the panorama has loaded.
A placeholder represents a value for content that will be filled in later.
A skin is a collection of text and graphical elements overlaid on the image.
Scalable Vector Graphics are an XML based 2D vector graphics format used in Pano2VR as skin elements.
This is a command generally used in an action for a skin element to show and hide or play and pause, for example.
A view state is how the object appears at any time.
The z-index is a CSS property that is used to set the stacking order of elements in the skin.