Saving a panoramic viewer from a website - possible?

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Lau

Guest
Original poster
On this link, there's a link to a virtual tour. If I wanted to save this, would I be able to? When I view the source code, there is a .htm file that seems to be the whole viewer, but I'm not sure how to save it.

Code:
div id="content">
	<iframe src="http://www.broughtonproperty.co.uk/images/properties/10_Royal_Mile_Mansions/p/viewer.htm" width="430" height="387">
	</iframe>
If anyone could tell me a way to save it I'd be very grateful. Thanks.

(Oh, and that's not the flat I rented - I deliberately chose a far more posh one as an example than the one I actually went for :p )
 

Palad1

macrumors 6502a
Feb 24, 2004
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London, UK
Open the url contained in the iframe, get the source, then locate the following part:

Code:
<applet name="NX48" code="slideShow.class" width="360" height="240" MAYSCRIPT>
    <PARAM NAME="INUM" VALUE="6">
    <PARAM NAME="I0" VALUE="mx00.jpg">
    <PARAM NAME="T0" VALUE="10 Royal Mile Mansions">
    <PARAM NAME="ITyp0" VALUE="1">
    <PARAM NAME="I1" VALUE="mx01.jpg">
then, remove the reader.htm part from the url, and add the **.jpg
http://www.broughtonproperty.co.uk/images/properties/10_Royal_Mile_Mansions/p/mx00.jpg


Enjoy.
 
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Lau

Guest
Original poster
Fabulous! Thanks, Palad1. :) Very much appreciated.