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    JavaScript Kit code used by Cisco

    I just thought it was cool that when I was reading through this manual for the Cisco Web Deisgn course that I noticed that the Javascript they used was from Javascript Kit.

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    Thanks Oracle for letting me know! I'm firing off a request for royalties as I type.
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    Let me know if they're hiring people to make JK code object-oriented...
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    at least they kept some kind of credit intact... im not sure if you are aware of this already but i found a site that uses quite a few JavaScript Kit scripts without the credit. i might be wrong, or it might be your french counterpart or something...
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    french counterpart? i didnt know that, in any case it wasnt me

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    The really scary part about this is the color scheme used in that screenshot...who in their right mind would use that color scheme? Oracle, are you going nutty?
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    Originally posted by Whackaxe
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    Lol

    I see a lot of websites that use scripts from both dynamic drive and javascript kit which are without a doubt from there and not using any comments left, eg http://www.bladeschool.com.au
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    Originally posted by Feyd
    The really scary part about this is the color scheme used in that screenshot...who in their right mind would use that color scheme? Oracle, are you going nutty?
    Obviously its a little brighter cuz i darkened everything except the only real relevent part but yes it's horrid. It wasn't my computer, I was using a computer in this computer lab with NT4.... its icky.

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    Oh my god it is brighter! hehe.

    I hate it when people do that, they should either write it themselves, or give credit where credit is due.


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    With reference to the site above that has the stolen scripts... bleh... if he's trying to make his code look impressive or pretty by removing the credits, he failed since it looks like a run-together mess full of macromedia scripts anyway (and a total lack of indentation! ugh).
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    Originally posted by redhead
    i found a site that uses quite a few JavaScript Kit scripts without the credit. i might be wrong, or it might be your french counterpart or something...
    i wasnt gonna say the url but as one's already been posted... http://java.scripts-fr.com/scripts.php?js=17 on the same site is a few more from javascript kit... nice of them to comment the script...
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