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These plugins are completely free for use in any context or connection.
Hotspot plugins in alphabetical order
FPP hotspot plugin for making a slideshow. Scaling can be selected to make the image fit any window size.
Window size can be set in percentage of pano size.
Support for viewers to add their own images (requires server script).
Controlled by a separate XML file.
A hotspot plugin for showing a magnetic compass.
You can use your own images for compass housing and needle.
FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a countdown clock.

The clock can be used to count down to a target date/time or from a time of your choice in hh:mm:ss.

FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a digital clock.

The clock has 6 built-in fonts, and the display can be customized by using a format string.

FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a combobox - or dropdown - menu.

Menu items can also be selected from FPP functions.

FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a box with HTML content.
FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a scrollable box with HTML content and active links for controlling your panos and/or linking to new HTML windows.
FPP hotspot plugin for creating and using an image map. This is an image with areas of any size and shape, which - when clicked - let you execute a FPP command. The image of course doesn't necessarily have to be a map - it could be anything, like a floorplan, a text list or a collection of items.
The plugin reads configuration from external XML file.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing flv video files. A mask can be used to select what parts of the movie that will be shown, and also an overlay image to give the movie a suitable framing. You can also set up a sequence of movies that will be shown with variable pauses.

FPP commands can be executed at embedded and ActionScript cue points.

FPP hotspot plugin for displaying an analog running clock or stopwatch in your panorama.

To get it working, you will need images of the clock face and hands, and optionally an image with the clock face reflection.

FPP hotspot plugin for showing an input form that works very much as a standard HTML input form, where the viewer can enter data and make selections, and then send the completed form to the server. It can of course also be used as an email contact form, but as Flash cannot send emails by itself, you will either need a server side script or open up the viewers email client.
This hotspot plugin makes it possible to control numeric pano settings with a slider.

Supply your own slider images or use the built-in Flash slider.
With this plugin you can synchronize the panning and zooming of two or several panos. It uses the Flash ExternalInterface that allows direct communication between Flash applications (and JavaScript functions in your HTML page).
FPP hotspot plugin for showing one or several images in a window.
Zooming and panning is supported.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing one or several images in a scalable window.
Zooming and panning is supported.
FPP hotspot image viewer with a magnifying glass in a scalable window.
The magnifying power, the glass diameter, the thickness and color of the frame, are all attributes that can be customized in the plugin XML file.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing two images on top of each other with a movable vertical divider. The first image is shown to the left of the divider, and the second image to the right. Can be used to compare two images like "before/after", "day/night" or "summer/winter".
FPP hotspot plugin for displaying an image or .swf file that can be rescaled when pano size changes. It has some advantages over the FPP smartscale plugin.
This is a modification of the FPP hotspot plugin mp3hotspot.swf.

Code has been added to support play, pause and stop commands. And by specifying the onComplete="..." attribute in your hotspot, you can execute any FPP commands at the end of your sound file.

FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a scrollable menu box.
Each menu item can have icon and OnClick, OnOver and OnOut events.
Like panomenu.swf, but you can have as many menus as you like in your pano.
The plugin reads configuration from external XML file.
FPP hotspot plugin for generating a background plate.

Shape can be rectangular or round (elliptical). Choose attributes like size, color and border width/color.

FPP hotspot plugin with a modified flvplayer.swf. Use this player if you want to synchronize starting and stopping two or more videos. You can of course also control them individually.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing a box with dynamic text.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing text and images in a ticker window. Texts and images can be linked to execute FPP commands, open web pages or send emails.
FPP hotspot plugin for showing an object that you can rotate in a horizontal plane - either with your own imbedded controls or with ordinary hotspot buttons. The rotation can also be synchronized with panorama panning.

The object is composed of a series of separate images.

This plugin generates an embedded YouTube player.

You can set the size of the player, and also if you want a video to start playing automatically or to be cued in pause mode. You can at any time load a new video with a FPP command.
FPP hotspot plugin for displaying a panorama zoom control component.
External plugins in alphabetical order
FPP external plugin for displaying a thumbnail carousel menu for selecting a new pano, linking to another page or executing any other FPP command.
Each thumbnail can have OnClick, OnOver and OnOut events.
The plugin reads configuration from external XML file.
FPP external plugin for keeping track of pano movement like panning, tilting and zooming. The plugin can then trigger actions with FPP commands or functions depending on how the viewer moves in the pano. This can also be combined with event timers to induce delayed actions.
FPP external plugin for displaying coordinates (pan,tilt) of panorama center, zoom value and/or a center crosshair.
Use this FPP external plugin to display a dialog box where the viewer can enter a choice.
The box can show either a plain text prompt or a more complex HTML text including images.
FPP external plugin for displaying geographic orientation.

It's a bit like the coordinates plugin, but more aimed at giving the viewer information about what geographic direction he is looking in.
FPP external plugin for showing a floorplan with icons representing panorama camera positions. You can show any number of buildings with any number of floors with any number of cameras. It has built-in support for changing icons when a pano has been visited. There is also a radar that follows panning and zooming. Camera mouse-over will show camera id in tooltip or infowindow html.
FPP external plugin for displaying a Google map with interactive markers that have mouse-over, mouse-out and mouse-click functions.
FPP external plugin for arranging hotspots in groups. By giving the plugin a single group command, the plugin will pass the command on to all members in the group.
An external plugin that can be used for executing FPP commands after a period of user inactivity.
This external plugin is active during panorama loading and displays progress information in a box (optional) together with one or two images (also optional).

It's easy to design your own load meter, and you can also modify it "on the fly", to have different logos, colors or texts for each pano in a tour.

FPP external plugin that makes it possible to apply IF-ELSE logic to your FPP commands. Your logic is stored in "functions" in its own XML file, and would normally consist of one or several IF-ELSE statements and one or several FPP commands. It is then easily executed with a simple plugin command.
FPP external plugin for displaying a scrollable menu box.
Each menu item can have icon and OnClick, OnOver and OnOut events.
The plugin reads configuration from external XML file.
An external timer plugin that is not dependant on the Flash frame rate. Instead it checks the built-in hardware clock in your computer five times a second. That, of course, doesn't make the plugin suited for millisecond timings but rather from a second upwards. There is no restriction on the number of delays that can be handled.
FPP external plugin for displaying a scrolling picture menu.
The menu can be oriented vertically or horizontally.
Each thumbnail can have onClick, onOver and onOut events.
Possible to use several menus in the same pano.

The plugin reads configuration from external XML file.
FPP external plugin for displaying a scrolling picture menu.

This is a newer version of the picMenu plugin. It has menu scrolling arrows, scalable images and arrows and can also be scrolled from outside the plugin.
It has no thumbnail texts - only tooltips.

An external plugin for randomizing an FPP command by setting a random value within specified limits, or making a random choice from a given set.
FPP external plugin for providing the textbox plugin with numbered texts from a file.
FPP external plugin with 3D radar function.