|Big Crow Mountain||-||-|
|Big Slide Mtn||7||23|
|East Dix Mtn||-||10|
|(Town of) Long Lake||-||2|
|Lower Wolfjaw Mtn||1||21|
|Noonmark Burned Area||9||7|
|South Dix Mtn||1||7|
|Upper Wolfjaw Mtn||1||26|
In the view that results, one image taken from that location is displayed large, and the remaining ones as thumbnails. You may click on any thumbnail to enlarge it.
If the mouse pointer is somewhere over the enlarged image,
flashing dots appear over visible locations known to the view browser,
as shown in the example image to the right.
If you bring the mouse pointer near one of the flashing dots, it will turn into a crosshair, and your browser should display information about the location, as shown in the image to the right. Now, if you simply click on the crosshair, you will be teleported to this location, and be able to see views from there, if there are any. This effectively allows you to jump all over the Adirondack high peaks and check out the views. Note that distances are only shown if the latitude/longitude of both locations is in the view browser's data files.
Below the main view, there are a set of links that look like these:
Some PlaceSome Other Place
If the mouse pointer is over such a link, it turns red, and the location in the picture is highlighted with the crosshair. Clicking the link has the same effect as clicking the location in the image. The green links indicate locations that have a picture looking back at you.
If the main view is very wide (i.e. a panoramic image), it is displayed with a scroll bar. In this case, you may need to scroll it manually to bring a given location into view.
In the main view, a flag may indicate a point of particular interest, such as one you just teleported from. This flag can be removed by clicking a link near the bottom of the page.
If you click on a number, you will be shown thumbnails of all the pictures that contain Mount X, highlighted in each case by a flashing dot. Click on any of these thumbnails to see the view large.
The view browser works best on larger (1280x1024) displays, because of the generous
800x600 pixel size of most pictures. If you see a scroll bar on your browser window,
be sure to scroll down to see all the goodies.
Site links: Adirondack Summit Log, Outdoor & Travel page, Home Page