List of Placeholders

This is the documentation for Pano2VR 4. You can find the new documentation for Pano2VR 5 here.

Skin

The following placeholders can be used within the skin.

Loading

  • $b = bytes loaded – (use in a text box)
  • $t = bytes total – (use in a text box)
  • $B = kilo bytes loaded – (use in a text box)
  • $T = kilo bytes total – (use in a text box)
  • $p = percentage loaded – (use in a text box)
  • $n = loading status 0.000 .. 1.000 – (use in a text box)

Position

  • $ap = current pan angle – (use in open next panorama target field and text box)
  • $an = current pan angle with north setting applied – (use in open next panorama target field and text box)
  • $at = current tilt angle – (use in open next panorama target field and text box)
  • $af = current field of view – (use in open next panorama target field and text box)
  • $cur = current pan/tilt/fov – (use in open next panorama target field)

Hotspots

  • $hs = hotspot title – (use in a text box)
  • $hu = hotspot URL – (use in open next panorama Url field)
  • $ht = hotspot target – (use in open next panorama target field)

User Data

All of the following can be used in a text box or as variable data in the Skin Editor.

  • $ut = user data title
  • $ud = user data description
  • $ua = user data author
  • $ue = user data date/time
  • $uc = user data copyright
  • $us = user data source
  • $ui = user data information
  • $uo = user data comment
  • $lat = user data latitude
  • $lng = user data longitude

User Data

All of the following can be used in the output file path. All file names are written without their extensions.

  • $n = input image name – (use in the file path when saving projects)
  • $p = project name – (use in the file path when saving projects)
  • $d = project directory – (use in the file path when saving projects)
  • $f = project directory & project name (legacy)
  • $i = image directory – (use in the file path when saving projects)
  • $t = Date/Time of the input file

Patch Tool

  • $c = patch tool pan/tilt/fov angles of the current patch – (use when saving or opening a patch)

HTML5

  • $x = HTML5 tile size – (use when defining tile size in image file name in the Mobile Tab)

See also

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