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Running Java worker applets from JavaScript

GizmoButtons GizmoButton is a highly configurable button that interacts with other instances of itself on the same page, allowing sets of instances to act as radio buttons. Multiple sets are possible. The appearance of the button can be controlled using graphics (skins), or the button can be allowed to render itself using user-provided text. The button can load a URL into a specified window, call a JavaScript function, or evaluate a line of JavaScript code.

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