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You can also use the vi keys (i,j,k,l) to move the map. Also the numbers (0-9) will set the scroll speed.

This really should be called an image Panner, but I will eventually get around to other features. (like zoom, emboss etc..)

Livescript is used to communicate with the applet to allow the JavaScript buttons to work. If you don't have LiveScript, press the keys inside the applet area.

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    Using the applet

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