I didn't realise, when I started experimenting with 'spiffy' viewers, that the Linux OS wouldn't run them. I don't have any specialist knowledge about these sorts of things and I'm wondering how big a problem that's likely to be? I tried viewing an on line example with the computer in the forest cafe front shop but they just don't make a compatible plug in for the OS it uses. Other than that and my own computer, which runs Windows XP, the only other machine I've tried to run 'spiffys' on was from a CD ROM on another XP one which has never been connected to the internet and, so, doesn't have the necessary shockwave plug in either. That was another washout, which is a shame.
Anyway, as regards the branding on the free version of spiffy viewers, I've made another on line 'live' demo of where I'm up to in figuring out how to customise and adapt the viewer to original content. This one has two discretely linked scenes as well as some 'gallery' links integrated within the scenes. You can see how obtrusive or unobtrusive you think the Field of View branding on it is HERE: ROOMS DEMO