A collection of horizontal and vertical java news ticker applets. The vertical news ticker applet loads news items in XML format from a URL and scrolls them vertically and opens a web page when the user clicks on a news item.
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:41
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Description: This java news ticker applet collection contains horizontal and vertical news ticker applets. The vertical news ticker displays news items with news headers and text and scrolls them vertically. The applet allows the user to scroll the news items up or down and click on a link to open a web page with the full text. The news items are loaded as XML text, either through the applet parameters or from a URL containing the XML formatted news items. The look and feel of the news ticker can be configured with parameters such as background, borders, fonts, colors, and scroll speed. The horizontal news ticker scrolls news headers right to left and enables to user to click on a news item and open a web page. The fonts and colors can be controlled as well as the speed of the scrolling.
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