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fnark fnark


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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hi,

The "simple html" export isn't enough today. VUE is great for creating dynamic document, but we now need a good visualisation of it, for sharing.

Could you creat a DYNAMIC export, in java, or FLASH (it will be the good choice). In order to allow the user to play with PATHWAY, ZOOMING IN/OUT, and of course PRUNING the document.

A good exemple is the flash (export) browser associated to freemind. See http://www.efectokiwano.net/mm/ and http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Flash_browser

Thanks for such a software,
fnark
Emre Ayca


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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thanks for this great tool. I also would like to see it have an extended export capability, to javascript and flash; the current html export does not give the full scope and great capabilities of the project.

is there any way or hack that I could make use of in the meantime to make it viewable by those who doesn't have the program installed? I mean like you publish or post the map with its presentation features? (zooming, prunning, etc.)
Emre Ayca


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
Messages: 3
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thanks for this great tool. I also would like to see it have an extended export capability, to javascript and flash; the current html export does not give the full scope and great capabilities of the project.

is there any way or hack that I could make use of in the meantime to make it viewable by those who doesn't have the program installed? I mean like you publish or post the map with its presentation features? (zooming, prunning, etc.)
and 1 agree that freemind's export to flash and java do the trick:)

Thanks a lot again for this great tool.
 
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