Once the panorama has been loaded you can regulate
the direction and speed by pressing the left mouse button and moving
the mouse. The cursor must first of all be visible within the image.
By clicking on the yellow triangles down at the left and right edges
of the picture the panorama can also be panned in the desired direction.
The triangles only become visible if the cursor is positioned on the
Some panoramas contain one or more 'Hot Spot'
regions. These are special regions that link to a new panorama related
to the 'Hot Spot' region or sometimes to enlarged and enhanced views.
These regions are identified by a yellow border. They appear automatically
whenever the mouse cursor is moved over the hot-spot region or, if
you click once inside the panorama and then press the space bar once.
When you do this a yellow asterisk will appear top left hand corner
indicating that hot-spots are now visible. Then, by panning around
until you find them, a click will take you to the next panorama on
your virtual tour.
If you understand the German language you should go to the German
version where you can get more Informations of image details.
There are many 'Hot Spots' with 'Info Links' which can be activated
by clicking the small blue ' i ' under the small panoramas.
Full Screen Mode
All panoramas can quickly be switched to 'Full
Screen'. Just right click on any panorama to obtain a context menu
and select the 'Full Screen Mode' option.
In the same way you can disable the 'Full Screen Mode'.
The large panoramas (Widescreen) are particularly suited for b blowing
up to 'Full Screen'.
Tip for Mac-Users: Please click and press the Ctrl-key.
Some Panoramas can be viewed more closely using the green spot at the bottom edge of the image. Click on the point, keeping the mouse button pressed and then drag the mouse to the right.