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Another Free Template to Launch Your WebRotate Inside a Lightbox

by WebRotate 360 February 09, 2017 10:53

It's true, SpotEditor still lacks a lightbox (popup) template and we will get to this soon... For now, if you need a quick "out of the box" solution to launch your 360 or 3D product views inside a lightbox popup (and you don't rely on WebRotate's CMS plugins that have it already integrated), use this template. It's simple!


Here's how to get it up and running:

  • Create a new project in SpotEditor or use an existing one.
  • Publish it as usual.
  • Navigate to the "published" folder of your SpotEditor project.
  • Copy the contents of the template zip to the published folder except for 360_assets and imagerotator folders which you already have.
  • Open page.html and update the config parameter in the hyperlink to point to your published xml, i.e ...?config=360_assets/YourProject/YourProject.xml
  • Change popup dimensions as needed by updating height and width parameters accordingly.
  • If you need to change the viewer skin, open viewloader_basic.html and change basic.css to one of these: thin.css, empty.css, retina.css, round.css.
  • Open page.html in your browser and click "Test thumbnail" to see it in action. Simple!

PS: if you use Chrome or Opera, remember about this security issue when testing the template locally.

The template is based on the prettyPhoto library that has served us well over the years although we customized it slightly for a more responsive behavior on small mobile screens, etc. Also note that you can use it as a gallery of 360 or 3D product views which you can test by uncommenting the inactive section in page.html in the attached zip.

Just ping us here if you have any issues.


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Just in: WebRotate 360 Product Viewer for WordPress v3.1

by NewsMaster January 09, 2017 13:03

If you haven't noticed, we just quietly released a new version of our popular WordPress plugin.

The announcement was postponed a bit as we were worried it could bring a lot of unexpected customer support during the holidays in case something was overlooked during the release. Now that the holidays are over and we saw a few successful upgrades and new installations, we can finally announce this exciting new release. Why is it exciting?

First off, we have never really released or advertised v3.0 of the plugin. It has been a constant beta for almost a year. And while it packed the new WooCommerce integration and some of the original features of our core 3D product viewer, we never felt it was complete enough to call it a release..

So now with the battle-hardened 3d product viewing function, our brand new SVG skins and the long list of other major core improvements released in the past 12 months (as part of v3.6 core), it is finally a good time to get the new plugin out of the door.

Some of the notable plugin enhancements include:

  • API integration in wr360embed and wr360expand shortcodes.
  • wr360expand shortcode now allows full browser window mode instead of our usual full-screen.
  • Minimum viewer height property in shortcodes and global settings.
  • Viewer background color in shortcodes and global settings.
  • Full-screen support inside the popup shortcodes.
  • Custom path for your hotpot indicators (if you have them customized).
  • And a long long list of the core improvements and fixes.

We also consolidated our WordPress downloads and installation instructions as well as the plugin history on a new page that is solely dedicated to the WordPress plugin. We encourage all our users to review the Installation notes that have the most comprehensive up-to-date details on the shortcode config and other related notes.

Take it away!


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Free Template With Custom Progress And Spinning Rollovers

by NewsMaster December 02, 2016 08:44

Ever since we launched our new website featuring the revised 3D product view of a Reebok shoe with a custom progress indicator and spinning rollovers, we have been receiving questions on how these customizations were accomplished. Today we would like to share some details as well as the working example!

Click on this image to see it in action:

SpotEditor project that was used to create this template is available here.

The actual template file with the customizations is located under the published folder in the linked archieve and it's called SiteCustomizationsDemo.html such that it's not overwritten should you re-publish the project. Note that the project requires WebRotate 360 Product Viewer v3.6 RC (free version can be downloaded here).

Let's start with the spinning progress indicator which is based on SVG Circle Progress by Jon Christensen.

The core of the customization is a new viewer initialization parameter in WebRotate 360 Product Viewer v3.6 RC called progressCallback. Now you can pass this callback upon the initialization so you can be notified on loading progress. This includes the loading of the 360 product images as well as the hotspot rollover images (if they are configured under Image Content on the Hotspot form in SpotEditor). When you supply the callback, we automatically turn off the built-in progress indicator, and it becomes your responsibility to present the progress information to your visitors.

So if you are using jQuery, here's how this callback can be setup:

    jQuery('#wr360PlayerId').rotator( {
        configFileURL: '360_assets/SiteCustomizations/SiteCustomizations.xml',
        progressCallback: function(isFullScreen, percentLoaded, isZoomLoading)  {
            // your custom progress logic

percentLoaded is a numeric parameter, representing the current state of the loader in percent.

isZoomLoading is a boolean parameter which is only passed to the callback on zoom-in when your 3d product view is configured to use high-resolution images for image zooming. High-res zooming triggers the same progressCallback twice to give you a chance to show (and then hide) some sort of a progress status while the high-res image is being loaded. This means that isZoomLoading is first set to true followed by false in the second call when the high-res image is finally loaded.

With this in mind, we simply center the SVG circle (as per the codepen example) by absolutely positioning it inside our viewer container via div.customprogress. We then update the offset of the animated stroke in incrementProgress upon every call to progressCallback and according to the value of percentLoaded.

Next up is the spinning hotspot rollover...

We started by creating a hotspot in SpotEditor with the Text Content tab set to the following html markup (on the Hotspot form):

<div class="spinningSpot"><span>Text Hotspot</span></div>

"Use custom styles" was also checked on the same tab to give us full control over the hotspot presentation. The rest was done in CSS by styling div.spinningSpot and the embedded span element accordingly.

You can see the CSS styling inline in SiteCustomizationsDemo.html located under the published folder of the supplied SpotEditor project. In short, we have the parent container div.spinningSpot with two absolutely positioned elements: 1) div.spinningSpot:before for the spinning background and 2) div.spinningSpot span for the text. The demo SVG image that we used as a spinning background is also located in the linked zip archieve next to SiteCustomizationsDemo.html.

To test this template with your own (published) 360 views, copy SiteCustomizationsDemo.html to your published folder and update configFileURL on line 165 to link to your xml config file which you can find under 360_assets/your-project-name. Remember that you would need to publish your project using the latest SpotEditor v3.6 RC (build 1367) to test these customizations with your own 360 or 3D product images.


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Interactive 3D Product Visualizations at Venues, Conferences and Trade Shows

by NewsMaster November 08, 2016 11:31

It's true, WebRotate 360 Product Viewer is primarily designed for the online world. This has been our objective from the start!

But the technology was developed to be flexible so you could test your work locally on your computer or take it to your customer and still be able to demo it while being offline. More so, we worked with several software companies to make sure their webrotate 3D product views could be incorporated into native mobile applications without relying on the Internet connection (using native web browser controls both iPhone and Android offer).

Now, in the advent of huge touch screen displays, these efforts proved to be even more valuable as some of our clients started using these displays at various venues by incorporating WebRotate 360 Product Viewer for super interactive digital presentations of their products. These interactive product tours range from simple 360 product photography to highly detailed 3D product visualizations sprinkled with interactive call-outs, animations and other cool effects.

Today we are showcasing one such example expertly developed by SINCITYMADMEN for Telsmith and BTI. These companies manufacture mining equipment and their machines are so large and complex, it's hard to imagine a better technology than the oversized touch-screen displays you can see in the video and the photos below (courtesy and copyright by SINCITYMADMEN):

These interactive kiosks make it easy to create the wow factor you need by taking the wealth of your product information and the sales pitch and compressing it into a sophisticated high-tech digital presentation.

Mike Hopper, the CEO of SINCITYMADMEN whose team has developed the kiosk presentations was very kind to say this:

"Our client represents large mining equipment. Not only it's physically difficult to display in a live setting - but it's even more challenging to demonstrate the features inside. Our 3D development skills paired with WebRotate 360's software turned out to be the perfect combination. Allowing us to virtually show the heavy equipment from all sides on 55" giant touch screens."

PS: we haven't tested any of the large touch-screen panels ourselves so far, so can't recommend a particular brand yet. It seems that there're a lot of choices though from companies such as 3M, Planar, Elo, Ideum, Nec, Samsung, etc.

Below you can see some of the related links we found while researching the subject. We strongly recommend to test the webrotate viewer on a selected platform before purchasing the expensive equipment to ensure that the multi-touch capability some of these displays offer will work with your 3D product views and hotspot design, or simply contact SINCITYMADMEN and they will make it work for you!


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WebRotate 360 Product Viewer Integration for OpenCart 2.2.x and 2.3.x

by NewsMaster September 22, 2016 15:28

Announcing the release of v1.6 of our OpenCart integration. This one took some time as OpenCart had some major changes starting with version We also wanted to incorporate all of the latest features that we have been releasing this year as part of v3.6 (version history).

So now you can enjoy multi-row 3D product views, Google Analytics integration, new styling with svg skins, new hotspot modes and various other improvements and fixes. This also allowed us to take some time to polish up our admin dashboard to look good and consistent with the rest of the OpenCart admin eco-system.

Folder structure of the module was re-worked to comply with the new OpenCart guidelines, so if you are on OpenCart or 2.3.x and upgrading from the previous version of the webrotate plugin, it's best to remove the old plugin files first and then re-install using the new download links.

To remove old plugin files, please delete these files and folders fist:

  • admin\controller\module\wr360
  • admin\controller\module\webrotate360.php
  • admin\model\catalog\webrotate360.php
  • admin\view\template\module\webrotate360.tpl
  • admin\language\english\module\webrotate360.php
  • catalog\controller\module\wr360

You will also have to delete this webrotate vQmod file as it has changed as well:

  • vqmod_webrotate360_header.xml

Good news is that the database structure hasn't changed, so all your existing 360 product view configurations will remain intact and will still work with the latest version of the core 360 product viewer.

We now also have a dedicated page for the OpenCart plugin where you can find the latest downloads and instructions as well as the version history:

WebRotate 360 Product Viewer Integration for OpenCart


If you have any issues with the installation or upgrade, please let us know.


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Shopify Integration for WebRotate 360 Product Viewer Released

by NewsMaster September 01, 2016 11:07

Happy to announce that the first version of WebRotate 360 Product Viewer for Shopify has been released.

This time it's a full blown web application that neatly hooks into your Shopify dashboard while providing all latest features we released so far in v3.6. It's quite flexible too and should work with pretty much any Shopify theme or fine-tuned further by a Shopfiy theme developer as needed. And it's free!

Note that Shopify doesn't allow uploading folders to their file hosting yet which is required for WebRotate 360 and 3D product views to operate, so a separate hosting account is necessary. You may use any existing FTP account, setup an Amazon S3 account, etc.

Read more and install the app


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Version 3.6 Release Candidate Is Available For Download (Build 1367)

by NewsMaster July 27, 2016 11:17

v3.6 Release Candidate is now available for download! It includes a long list of improvements, new features and fixes that you can review here. These changes and updates were mostly driven by the work we have done on our new website in the last 6 months.

It could have been the final v3.6 release, but we still have to update the user guide and the info tooltips inside SpotEditor and it takes somes time.. Otherwise, it's a solid release that we recommend to all our users.

There're two major additions that most users will notice:

1. Vector SVG images are now used across all of viewer resources (no more raster graphics!). This ensures that your viewer skins and hotspots look sharp on any device. We also completely restyled two existing skins (thin and round) to look modern and usable with a greater variety of website designs out there. Also, all of the skins finally have the row navigation buttons for your multi-row 3D product views.

2. There's a new "shortcode" integration mode and publishing template which removes the viewer script snippets from your pages completely. This can drammatically simplify your website integration with various CMS platforms, especially when there're multiple 360 product views on the same page. Documentation is still in the works but you can simply select Shortcode template on the Publish form in SpotEditor and see it in action.

If you are a developer, this release adds a good number of API improvements, giving you more options for major viewer customizations. All new APIs are listed in the JavaScript template that you can select on publish in SpotEditor (and then explore the source html for additional bits and pieces as needed). Not to mentioned the long awaited support for jQuery 3.0!


Previously released features and fixes in v3.6:


PRO & Enterprise customers can request the commercial version of v3.6 RC via support. If you received v3.6 beta download URL from us before, it still works! And if you already have a previous build of v3.6 beta installed, you can simply download the new update via Check Updates on the About form in SpotEditor.

If you need any help applying this update to any of WebRotate 360's plugins (i.e, WordPress, Joomla, PrestaShop, Magento, OpenCart, BigCommerce), just let us know and we would be happy to assist.


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New WebRotate 360 Website Launched

by NewsMaster June 20, 2016 12:41

Happy to announce the launch of our new company website. It's built by us from scratch in-house based on years of hard work, helping our clients with their website needs. It's CMS driven, which will help us keep it always up to date with latest news, examples, releases and more.

Maybe even more importantly, it's fine-tuned to work nicely on modern mobile phones and high pixel density displays. It's super responsive and the demo 3D product views are optimized for mobile viewing so you can see the difference! More examples will be released soon and we will gradually move this blog onto the new platform as well.

The new website also represents the change in our vision after almost 7 years of delivering the most advanced 360 product viewer, related tools, software and services. Finally, we narrowed down our message to a few clear terms and examples that most of our users can relate to.

Also, starting from June 2016, we will be donating 5% of all product sales to selected charities that work in wildlife conservation and animal welfare which is one of the global issues all of us at WebRotate 360 are concerned with.

Stay tuned for more updates!


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Multi-row 3D Product View With Automatic Hotspot Labels

by NewsMaster May 23, 2016 12:38

Here's an interesting demo we did a few days ago of one of the cool features in v3.6 that allows combining multi-row 3d product views with image labels. These labels can be assigned to hotspot actions to produce pretty impressive product tours that can guide users from one product feature to another. Possibilities are endless, considering that you can have these hotspots and / or label actions in any form or fashion (lightboxes, custom popups, you own page content, apps, etc).

All of this is already available in the latest v3.6 beta that you can download here (it's stable and has been used in production by many companies for the last 6 months).


Final v3.6 release is right around the corner (and our new website undergoes the final preparations for going live!).

 PS: the excellent 3D product photography was produced for JVC by our friends at Flipside Studios in Berkeley, CA.


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Final v3.6 Beta Release (Build Is Out

by NewsMaster February 03, 2016 12:28

Today we’re releasing our last v3.6 beta build before the final release. It’s packed with new features, enhancements and bug fixes.

As you can see in our product timeline, this new beta release took some time… This is because with this release we wanted to address some of the shortcomings that cropped up in the last two years which required an overhaul of a significant chunk of functionality. The main area of improvement in this release is a better mobile support, drastically improved hotspot presentation & handling and more control over multi-row 3D product viewing.


We're really excited about this new hotspot mode. It makes it possible to showcase your hotspots with images and text at the same time in a consistent and flexible manner. Even more importantly, this new mode is our most mobile friendly yet as it takes the entire space of your 3D product viewer and gives enough real estate to deliver your hotspot message "responsively" on any screen size. We also went to great length to give you a lot of control over the lightbox presentation!

To start with this new hotspot mode, first select "Rotating indicator with content in lightbox" on the main Hotspot tab under "Render as". Then add your image and text on the Image Content and Text Content tabs and fine-tune your presentation further with a set of new settings that you will see on these tabs.

On the Image Content tab (as shown below) the following options are applicable to lightbox:

-  Background
Select your lightbox background color.

- Cover background in lightbox
This means that your lightbox image is not just squeezed to fit proportionally into the lightobox, but rather it makes sure that the image covers the entire lightbox space without any see-through gaps. This may result in some parts of the image not being visible (depends on the image proportions relative to viewer size) but may give you a much nicer presentation when you need to zoom in on a certain product feature or simply need to entirely cover the lightbox space.

- Show close button in lightbox
If selected, we will show a small "close" button in the right corner of the lightbox popup. We made it such that the icon is visible on both dark and light backgrounds but if you decide to customize it for your 360 product views, the image name is lightbox_close.svg and it's located in the published skin folder and is the same for all skins.

-  Active on click in lightbox
This controls whether lightbox should respond to clicks or taps outside of the close button. If it's checked and there's no action assigned on the Action tab, a click or tap inside the lightbox will simply close the lightbox. If action is assigned, it will be launched accordingly.

If it's not checked, nothing happens on click or tap unless user hits the close button. A notable exception to this rule is when you have an embedded URL link in your lightbox text that you enter on the Text Content tab that we discuss further in this post. So when there's an empty URL (not linked to any website) inside the text content, a click on tap on the hyperlink will trigger a hotspot action if it’s assigned on the Action tab. Otherwise, such hyperlink will just navigate to your linked website.

Text Content tab has been completely reworked in this release. Please see more details about the changes and how they apply to the new lightbox hotspot in the following section.



Finally, you can really style text inside your hotspots popups (and now lightboxes as well!). As you can see in the following screenshot, the possibilities are pretty much endless with custom fonts, text align, line height, padding, opacity, border control, colors and more.

Also, now you can have all the handy styling as well as HTML markup such as URL hyperlinks without switching to custom styling mode. But if you really need a completely custom styling for your hotspot text, just select "Use custom styles" and none of the style settings will apply (this replaces HTML mark mode we had in previous releases), and you can then use your own CSS to style the text content as needed via .hotspot_cdata CSS class that is assigned to such “unstyled” hotspot element.

Note that when text content belongs to a lightbox hotspot as discussed in the previous section, the Width field is measured in % and in most applications would need to be set to 100%. Most likely you would also want to set your border width to 0 as well in that case as it should look nicer without text borders inside the lightbox.

PS: if you wonder how to configure the new Padding field, it follows standard CSS padding numbering where the padding value of 15,20 means that the top and bottom padding is 15px while the left and right padding is 20px. The padding value of 15,20,30,40 means that the top padding is 15px, right is 20px, bottom is 30px and the left padding is 40px.



There're two major hotspots enhancements in this build for hotspot activation and deactivation. First, a click or tap on a hotspot indicator will now trigger a hotspot action if assigned even when there's no image or text content (i.e no popup or lightbox). Previously, you could only trigger the hotspot actions inside a popup which was quite limiting. This small feature required a complete overhaul of the hotspot handling as clicking and taping is handled quite differently on touch-screen devices and the hybrid ones that can have both mouse and touch input.

The second enhancement is a new hotspot deactivation mode (Deactivate on click) which you can now select on the first tab of the hotspot form to make sure the hotspot popups close only when user clicks again on activated hotspot indicator or when the click is outside of the hotspot popup. In our previous released, the popups would close immediately when user's mouse would leave a hotspot popup or the indicator icon.



There's a new hotspot action that can trigger your custom JavaScript function on tap or click on the hotspot indicator or inside a popup or lightbox. Simply select JavaScript action on the Action tab and then enter the name of your JavaScript function. The function receives a single parameter which is an object containing all configuration settings of a hotspot that triggered this action. Please note that the same can be achieved using our new advanced hotspot APIs as discussed in the following section.


<script type="text/javascript">
function yourCallbackFunctionName(hotspotConfig) {
  // Handle your custom action here


With the release of APIs in v3.5 about a year ago and some recent API additions for multi-row 3D product views, you could already control most of the viewer functions. Hotspots for the large part were still inaccessible until this release.

Now you can pretty much take over the hotspots in every possible way. Let’s briefly review the new API functions and you can then simply publish your 360 or 3D product view in SpotEditor using the JavaScript template (which was also updated) to see these APIs in action:

api.hotspots.activate(hotspotName, optionalTimeout);

Activates content of a hotspot identified as hotspotName (the one you enter on the Hotspot form in SpotEditor). In most cases, this will automatically open associated hotspot popup that will be kept opened for the number of milliseconds that can be optionally passed via optionalTimeout.

api.hotspots.deactivate(hotspotName, optionalTimeout);

Closes a hotspot popup that was previously activated (opened) via the API or manually.

api.hotspots.onActivate(function(hotspotData){ return false; });

This callback is executed when user or API triggers the opening of a content popup or lightbox. hotspotData contains a lot of info about the hotspot including its xml configuration, allowing you to override the hotspot content on its first activation. Return true to prevent default hotspot popup rendering or false, to let the viewer render the popup.

api.hotspots.onDeactivate(function(hotspotData){ return false; });

This callback is executed when user or API deactivates hotspot content, i.e. when a hotspot popup or lightbox is being closed. Return true to prevent default deactivation logic.

api.hotspots.onAction(function(hotspotConfig){ return false; });

This callback is executed when user triggers a hotspot action that can be assigned under the Action tab in SpotEditor. Note that unlike the previous two API callbacks, this function only receives the hotspotConfig parameter which doesn’t include supporting data such as current hotspot indicator coordinates, visibility, or a reference to a parent (viewer) container. Return true to override default action handling.


Returns an array of all hotspotData objects (for dynamic hotspots only, i.e. the ones that have a moving indicator), allowing you to customize them on the fly (if done before the first popup activation), checking indicator visibility, etc.



We added more flexibility to the way you can position popups when “Render as” is set to "Rotating indicator with hover-over popup centered on top" as highlighted in the following screenshot.
You will notice now that the margin based position controls on the right side of the Hotspot form are enabled when this render mode is selected and even though we will still pre-select the center position by default, you can actually click on the radio-buttons on either side of the grid and specify pixel margins as well.

This allows for more elaborate hotspot presentations where hotspot popups can appear next to a hotspot indicator on either side of the indicator image with configurable offset without obstructing highlighted image features. Note that the margin entry is done at the two opposite sides of selected radio-button which is done for consistency with other hotspot rendering modes that also use the margin based controls.


Besides our new mobile friendly lightbox hotspot, there’re several other interesting enhancements in this release that can improve your 3D product spins on modern mobile devices.

Use SVG images in hotspots
Previously you could only use raster images (JPG, PNG, ets.) for your hotspot indicators or hotspot content images (popup images). Now you can also select SVG images for both such that they look sharp at any screen density.

Responsive hotspot content images
There’s a new setting under Image Content tab of the hotspot form called Scale Responsively. As the name implies, the images will resize automatically with the viewer if it’s part of a responsive website layout when this setting is selected. This was not fully supported in our older releases.

Control max image width in hotspot content images
Since now you can configure the hotspot content images to scale responsively, this setting can help ensuring that the images do not go beyond a certain width such that they look sharp at any resolution or screen density.

This new viewer setting can be used to set minimum height of the viewer when it’s part of a responsive layout. This can be helpful on small mobile screens where you may not want the viewer height to go beyond a certain fixed minimum. To see how it’s configured, publish your 360 or 3D product view using Responsive template that can be selected on the Publish form. Then change the value of responsiveMinHeight that you will see in the published html file from 0 to some meaningful minimum.

Double Tap Zoom and Full-screen
Zooming on double-tap on mobile devices was disabled in one of our old 3.x releases. We just couldn’t achieve sufficient consistency across various smart phones at that time. Now it’s all resolved and works great! We also added a new “double tap” option in SpotEditor to make the product viewer switch into the full-screen mode instead. These settings are located under Control->More Options tab.



Several improvements were introduced in this build to help with multi-row product views, where images can be rotated both horizontally (our standard 360 product viewing) and vertically.

Full multi-row loop
There’s a new option in SpotEditor called “Do not loop vertical rows”. It controls whether to loop through the rows when you drag images vertically or to bounce at the first or last row if your 3D image renderings or 3D product photography doesn't have a full set of rows to cover all angles in a vertical spin (usual scenario). We were bouncing rows by default in the previous releases and until now there was no way to change this behavior.

Unlimited number of rows

New Project form now allows importing a configurable number of rows. Previously we were limiting it to 20 which (as we quickly found out!) was not sufficient for some advanced uses our clients had in mind.

Y-axis / X-axis sensitivity preview inside SpotEditor

Previous v3.6 beta introduced two new parameters in SpotEditor, Y/X-axis sensitivity, allowing you to make 3D object spinning more predictable as you can better control when it’s ok to spin rows vs flipping image frames (within a row). With this release, an immediate preview of the effect of this setting is available inside SpotEditor.

Toolbar and keyboard shortcuts

Flipping rows in SpotEditor was made simple: use updated toolbar controls with the up & down arrow buttons or navigate your 3D product view simply by pressing up, down, left and right keys on your keyboard (the keyboard shortcuts are not limited to just the Hotspot tab anymore!).


  • Full monitor “full-screen” now works in IE11 and Edge browsers (other major browsers have been supported since the feature was introduced in v3.0).
  • There’s a new button on the Hotspots tab next to the gear (hotspot settings) icon, which creates a duplicate copy of any currently selected hotspot. This can be a real time-saver.
  • Control tab has been divided into two sub-sections: Rotation and More Options.
  • There’s a new setting called “Flip horizontal input” in SpotEditor under Control->Rotation tab. It makes images spin in an opposite direction to mouse or touchscreen drag. Note that we have existing settings for rotation direction control (Clockwise and Counterclockwise), but these settings also affect the automatic playback direction and this doesn’t always work when the images are produced with a certain playback sequence in mind. So this new setting addresses such special cases.



Previously released features and fixes in v3.6:


PRO & Enterprise customers can either request the commercial version of v3.6 Beta via support email (support at webrotate360 dot com). If you received v3.6 beta download URL from us before, it still works! And if you already have the previous build of v3.6 beta installed, you can simply download the new update via Check Updates on the About form in SpotEditor.

If you need any help applying this update to any of WebRotate 360's plugins (i.e, WordPress, Joomla, PrestaShop, Magento, OpenCart, BigCommerce), please let us know and we would be happy to assist.

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