Below this text is a typical Clickwalk page (showing the Royal Palace in "Fast page" format.
Clickwalk can show you information and pictures in many different formats, and it is a good idea to test them all before you start walking around. Here is a short description of the top menu.
World - Is a pointer to www.clickwalk.com, the world page.
Country - Is a pointer to the current country page, so far always Norway.
Municipal - Is a pointer to the main page for the city or municipality you are visiting.
Area - Is a pointer to an area overview page. NOTE: Under development, doesn't always exist.
Norsk - Switch language to Norwegian
Search - Search through the titles and other texts
Fast page - Switch to the standard page with a single, wide image of reduced quality and very fast download time
Big image - Switch to a page with a big medium to high quality image with reasonable download time
Map page - Switch to a page with a half size image and maps
Broadband page - Switch to a large page with both big image and maps
Navigation panorama: - Below the top menu is a 405 degree panorama, which consist of nine 45 degree pictures. On top of the panorama are GO-arrows for Clickwalking to adjoining viewpoints. By clicking in the panorama itself, or on the TURN-arrows below it, you can turn around to any of eight directions. Below the center part of the panorama is a star of alternate GO-arrows.
Location: - Above the main image, the location title is displayed on the left hand side,
View: - and the current view title on the right hand side.
Image - The image itself can have three different formats. The fast image is a wide, 90 degree image, while the big image and the map page half size image both cover roughly 55 degrees of the horizon.
Links: - In some images there are areas to click on for various purposes, like going to the web site of the Royal house of Norway, or like viewing detailed information pages in a museum. In such cases, there are alternate text links below the image. NOTE: Some links in Oslo are currently not operative, and will be updated soon.
Maps: - In the map pages, viewpoints are shown as small blue circles, and links between the viewpoints as blue lines. The current viewpoint is shown with a red triangle, pointing in the current viewing direction. The map system is in its second version, and a third, much improved version is currently under implementation.