If you ever notice that your published tour jumps scenes that you did not connect in the moderator, please note that this is a result of Google's user interface and not a result of Panoskin. Google's click-to-go arrows try to calculate where to navigate in the tour, and sometimes this results in jumping scenes. Unfortunately, Panoskin does not have control over this.
Panoskin sends all connections that you moderate in the publisher to Google. You can test out your entire connections yourself (without jumps) by viewing your tour as an embed image.
1. To view your tour as an embed image, click on the three vertical dots in the top left corner where you see your attribution on your tour.
2. Click "Share or embed image."
3. Select "Embed image."
4. Navigate your tour using the white directional arrows
In the embed image, you will see both click-to-go arrows (circular arrows) and the white directional arrows. If you follow through the tour using the white directional arrows, you should be able to navigate the tour fluidly. These are the connections we send to Google, and you can also test this in what you have created within the Panoskin publisher.
Another way to test this is by viewing the tour normally in Google's viewer and using your keyboard arrows to navigate the tour. You should not experience jumps this way either.
If at any time you see that connections are missing entirely or simply never show up, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Support Staff so we can resolve the issue.