For days I've been looking at THIS thread, where you tried to explain why Zooming was not possible for that user, but unfortunately I can not understand what you were explaining... the part about:
Situation:X3 will zoom all panoramas as long as it does not scale beyond pixel-resolution.
HERE is a link to my original (source) image, as an example. Once the page opens, if you pan your view 90° to the right so that you're looking up that street (with the Esso station on the left), notice that you can zoom in all the way to those 2 houses on the top of the hill, above the trees.
I downloaded that equirectangular image using a program called Street View Download 360. Once that JPG image is saved on my PC, I can at any time open that image using Street View Download 360, and successfully zoom all the way in to those 2 houses on that hill.
You can see that same (downloaded) equirectangular image HERE on my X3 website. When you pan that image on my site 90° to the right so that you're looking up that street (with the Esso station on the left), notice that you can barely zoom in all, maybe only 1' at most.
The only thing different, between the source image & my equirectangular image on my X3 site, is that the image on my X3 site has the Exif information stripped from it. However, if I start up my Street View Download 360 program, then tell the program to open up that same image on my X3 site, I can zoom in all the way to those 2 houses on the hill, so there is nothing wrong with that equirectangular image on my X3 site.
Which brings me back to your explanation of
Can you please clarify that reason... especially the party aboutX3 will zoom all panoramas as long as it does not scale beyond pixel-resolution.
Much appreciated in advance for any further explanation (clarification) that you can provide me with.as long as it does not scale beyond pixel-resolution
Thank you & have a great day.