I can't see the panoramas, there's just a white hole
To view the panoramas you need the Flash plugin for
your browser. If the plugin isn't present a message is displayed with
a link to the Flash plugin download page on the Adobe website. Follow
the link, or click here
and follow the instructions to install the plugin - it's quite simple
and only takes a minute.
How do I look around?
Click anywhere inside the panorama and drag with your
mouse in the direction you want to go,- if you get disorientated, or start
to feel dizzy, just let go! You can also zoom in and out using the Shift
and Ctrl (Cmd on a Mac) keys. For fuller instructions click the info (i)
button - it's the first one on the button strip that you'll see in the
bottom right corner of every panorama.
Can I make the panoramas bigger?
Yes! To activate full-screen mode click the last button
on the button strip that appears in the bottom right corner of every panorama.
To go back to the normal page view click the button again, or press the
How does the interactive map work?
The interactive map uses Google maps to display the
location of every panorama on lookaroundcornwall on a map of the county.
Use the slider control in the top left to zoom in and out and to pan the
map or click and drag anywhere on the map to
move it. You can go anywhere in the UK or the World, but you'll only find
panormas in Cornwall.
Click a marker to display the picture thumbnail
of the panorma at that location and click the picture thumbnail to go
to the panorama page.
At low magnifications you can't see all the panorama
location markers, for example there are lots of panoramas in Truro but,
when the whole of Cornwall is displayed, you can see only one or two markers
in the Truro area. To see all the panoramas in Truro first select a marker
in or close to Truro then zoom in using the slider - the map will automatically
centre on the selected marker.