Help File for viewing Panoramic Images
 
  
Navigation Instructions

Click, hold and drag your mouse on the image to the left, right, up or down in order to view the panoramic scene. You may also use the arrow keys to pan the image.Press the "A" key to zoom in. Press the "Z" key to zoom out. You may also right click inside the panormaic viewer to get a description of each icon on the tool bar.

AOL Users:
AOL automatically turns on compress graphics during installation. To reverse this default you will need to turn off "compress graphics" in the preferences area for your version of the AOL browser. The instructions below are not version specific, however this is most often found in the WWW options area for each version.

Follow these steps first to optimize your AOL settings for Java:
  1. Open AOL
  2. Go to AOL Preferences by using the Keyword preferences
  3. Click on Internet Properties
  4. If you are using AOL 5.0 or 6.0, click the Delete Files button in the center of the screen
    If you are using AOL 4.0, click the Advanced Tab at the top of the screen, then click the Clear Cache button
  5. Click the clear History button
  6. Click the Security Tab at the top of the screen
  7. Verify the browser is set to Default or Medium. If it is set to Custom or High, click the Default Level button or set your Custom level to Medium
  8. Click the Web Graphics Tab at the top of the screen
  9. Click the "Never compress graphics" option
  10. Click OK, Close and restart AOL
 
Additional AOL help
AOL users unable to run Java applications, use Java Chat programs, or play Java games may have problems because AOL saves old copies of Java code in a cache file.

First, clear your cache. Clearing your Web cache will help you get the best performance out of Java.

You have cleared the cache, but still have a problem running Java.

AOL has a bug which causes some Java applets, such as Chat, to redraw the chat window improperly.

Because of issues AOL has running Java, it is recommended that an external browser, such as Internet Explorer 6, or Netscape 7, is used to view Java applets and programs.

 
Netscape and Internet Explorer users
You need to have your browsers' Java and JavaScript enabled. The box at the bottom of the page will tell you if you have Java enabled or not.
 
Windows XP users:

To determine if you are running Windows XP SP1 or SP1a, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. If "Service Pack 1" appears under System, you are already running Windows XP SP1. There is no benefit to installing SP1a if you are already running Windows XP SP1. Microsoft does not recommend that you install SP1a if you are already running SP1.

Windows XP SP1a is the same as Windows XP SP1 except that the Microsoft virtual machine (VM) is removed in SP1a.

You should go to the Windows Update Site to insure you computer is up to date with the latest security fixes and latest Microsoft Java Virtual Machine. http://www.windowsupdate.microsoft.com

Microsoft provides a link to Sun Microsystems for Sun's version of the Java Runtime Library

http://www.java.com/en/download/help/index.jsp