Third-party Components

This website’s pages, apart from its discussion forums, use Twitter Bootstrap to provide the basis for their overall layout, styles and other visual elements (but with the addition of substantial custom styling by OpenBrace Limited to override and supplement the Bootstrap styles where necessary).

The OpenBrace Discussion Forums are powered by the jforum discussion board system (but with many customisations and adjustments by OpenBrace Limited).

The ObMimic documentation uses the Google Inc Code Prettify tool to “prettify” its code examples (as suggested by João Massan).

For improved compatibility with various older versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer®, this website’s pages use:

  • A copy of the CSS3 PIE utility from Jason Johnston at Sencha Inc. when viewed in any version of Internet Explorer prior to Internet Explorer 9.
  • A copy of Scott Jehl’s Respond.js script when viewed in any version of Internet Explorer prior to Internet Explorer 9.
  • A copy of the IE7.js script from Dean Edward’s ie7‑js library when viewed in any version of Internet Explorer prior to Internet Explorer 7.

Images and Icons

This website’s “favicons” for various platforms and purposes have been generated from OpenBrace-supplied images using the RealFaviconGenerator online tool.

Various image files used on this website have been resized using the InspireSoft Easy Image Modifier tool.

Various PNG icons used on this website have been converted to 8‑bit PNG format by means of the pngquant tool.

The “crash test dummy” image on this website’s home page is a modified version of an image by scusi / 123RF Stock Photo (and resized using “Easy Image Modifier” as noted above).

The icon for Home page, icon for Info section, icon for Docs section, icon for Downloads section and icon for Support section icons used on this website are from the “Weby” icon set released by Iconspedia at http://blog.iconspedia.com/icons/100-free-icons-weby-icon-set-192/ (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for Buy section, icon for business-related e-mail and icon for website-related e-mail icons used on this website are from the “Siena” icon set by Webdesigner Depot at http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009/03/200-free-exclusive-icons-siena/ (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for zip archives and icon for licence key files icons used on this website are from version 1.3 of the “Silk” icon set by famfamfam.com at http://famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/ (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for RSS feeds icons used on this website are from version 1.5 of the “Standard RSS Icon” icon by the Mozilla Foundation and obtained from the “Feed Icons” website at http://www.feedicons.com (but converted to 8‑bit PNG format by means of “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for blogs icon used on this website is from The Blog Icon by Brendan Mitchell (but converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for contact by post and icon for general e-mail icons used on this website are from the “iCandies” icon set by IconEden at http://www.iconeden.com/icon/icandies.html and released at http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2010/09/01/icandies-icon-set-60-free-icons-your-user-interfaces-and-apps/ for Smashing Magazine and its readers (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for licence agreement files icon used on this website is from the “Essen” icon set from PC.DE at http://pc.de/icons/#Essen (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

The icon for Forums section, icon for social networks and icon for mailto links icons used on this website are from the “Hamburg” icon set from PC.DE at http://pc.de/icons/#Hamburg (but resized by means of “Easy Image Modifier” and converted to 8‑bit PNG format by “pngquant” as noted above).

Wording

This website’s privacy policy is derived from a template supplied by Website‑law.co.uk (but with substantial customisation by OpenBrace Limited).