I looked for a place to reply to the code's original author on his page, and found none. I found an email address and a Google Talk account name tied to it. I tried to message him via Google Talk, but although he advertises it in his contact info he requires potential "buddies" to be approved. I followed links from his Blogger account to another web site he has, but the contact form there is disabled. I'm not going to go to the trouble of opening a fourth interface to contact him, but his email address is available in his Blogger contact info if you'd rather avoid the first three I tried. At some point, it's an author's responsibility to make contacting him waste less of a commenter's time if the author really wants to be contacted.
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