I would start by putting the image name directly into the Super Flash Art object, leave the field name out of it until you get it working. So if your image is flower.jpg, make the formula
If that doesn’t work, either the image isn’t in same folder as the database, you don’t have the “include pictures on disk” option checked, or the image name isn’t correct.
Once you get that working you can try to get it working based on the field. But when debugging, it’s best to take it one step at a time.
Another debugging tip is to make a Text Display object with the same formula you are using, so you can then see exactly what path Panorama is trying to display. (In Panorama X you can do this right in the Image Display object, simply by checking the * Display Path (Debug)* option.
A side note for those that think Panorama X is more complicated than Panorama 6 (unfortunately, you probably aren’t reading this post ).
In Panorama X you don’t have to worry about using a Flash Art SuperObject versus the older simple Flash Art Object. You don’t have to customize the toolbar before you can even create an Image Display object. And you don’t have worry about checking the “include pictures on disk” option. Also, as mentioned above, in Panorama X there is a Display Path (Debug) option that makes it super easy to see exactly what image path and name it is trying to display.