1

(4 replies, posted in TiltViewer-Pro)

I had to uninstall the Flash plug-in and then reinstall it before to make things work. Working like a charm now!

2

(1 replies, posted in TiltViewer-Pro)

I had the same issue and found out a workaround in the xml file. I had 3 columns with 3 rows as my default. On the bottom row I only had one image and wanted it centered. Here's what I added to the xml file before the descrition of the last image which I wanted centered.

                <photo imageurl="imgs/" >
            <title> </title>
        </photo>

I took out everything except for the "imgs/" and it left a blank spot and moved my image over to the centre. You can see the result here at:
sgcicom[dot]com

3

(4 replies, posted in TiltViewer-Pro)

You can also add a a flash menu to the original index file.

4

(3 replies, posted in TiltViewer-Pro)

I'd go with option 1. I added an entire menu to my site and it works great!

5

(1 replies, posted in TiltViewer-Pro)

Felix,

TiltViewer Pro is a great tool and I just wanted to say THANKS for making it available. I've just built a portfolio for the place I work and it is getting rave reviews. People can't believe how easy it is to add or change items with minimal effort. Keep up the great work!

Andrew Conde