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Jeffrey H Michaud, Michael Paul Thole, Mark Joseph Williams, Jason Allen Townsend: User interface elements for hierarchical selection of items. Apple, Fish & Richardson P C, August 31, 2010: US07788599 (8 worldwide citation)

A user interface element for selecting items from a hierarchy of items can present a cell for each level in the hierarchy of items. Each cell can be associated with a level in the hierarchy and is operable to receive user input. In response to receiving user input directed to a cell, a collection of ...


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Jeffrey H Michaud, Douglas K Olson: Assigning a hot spot in an electronic artwork. Adobe Systems Incorporated, Fish & Richardson P C, November 21, 2006: US07139970 (7 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods implementing a technique for creating an electronic artwork with a hot area. For a selected layer of the artwork, a non-transparent region is identified and an action is assigned to an area corresponding to the non-transparent region, the action defining a function that will be ...


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Jeffrey H Michaud, Douglas K Olson: Assigning a hot spot in an electronic artwork. Adobe Systems Incorporated, Fish & Richardson P C, May 24, 2011: US07949943 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods implementing a technique for creating an electronic artwork with a hot area. For a selected layer of the artwork, a non-transparent region is identified and an action is assigned to an area corresponding to the non-transparent region, the action defining a function that will be ...


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Gregory Bjorn Vaughan, Jeffrey H Michaud, Kazuhisa Yanagihara, Bertrand Serlet: Invitation to bind to a device. Apple, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, August 6, 2013: US08504699 (1 worldwide citation)

A server device sends a list of account holders together with an invitation to bind to the server. A client device can decide to present the invitation to a user for decision only if the client device finds a match between the list and the user.


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Gregory Bjorn Vaughan, Jeffrey H Michaud, Kazuhisa Yanagihara, Bertrand Serlet: Invitation to bind to a device. Apple, Fish & Richardson P C, July 17, 2012: US08224972 (1 worldwide citation)

A server device sends a list of account holders together with an invitation to bind to the server. A client device can decide to present the invitation to a user for decision only if the client device finds a match between the list and the user.


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Gregory Bjorn Vaughan, Jeffrey H Michaud, Kazuhisa Yanagihara, Bertrand Serlet: Invitation to bind to a device. Apple, Fish & Richardson P C, March 22, 2011: US07912962 (1 worldwide citation)

A server device sends a list of account holders together with an invitation to bind to the server. A client device can decide to present the invitation to a user for decision only if the client device finds a match between the list and the user.


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Jeffrey H Michaud, Douglas K Olson: Assigning a hot spot in an electronic artwork. Adobe Systems Incorporated, Shook Hardy & Bacon L, August 26, 2014: US08819544

Apparatus and methods implementing a technique for creating an electronic artwork with a hot area. For a selected layer of the artwork, a non-transparent region is identified and an action is assigned to an area corresponding to the non-transparent region, the action defining a function that will be ...


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Jonathan D Thomassian, Jeffrey H Michaud, Sathish K Narayanaswamy, Jason Allen Townsend, Amul Goswamy: Cloud-based infrastructure for determining reachability of services provided by a server. Apple, Fish & Richardson P C, April 3, 2018: US09935918

Technologies are described for using a cloud-based computer system to access services provided by a particular server over public Internet Protocol (IP) connections. In one aspect, a system includes a first computer system configured to run the particular server to provide a first service over publi ...


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Jeffrey H Michaud, Douglas K Olson: Assigning a hot spot in an electronic artwork. Adobe Systems Incorporated, Fish & Richardson PC, June 7, 2007: US20070130501-A1

Apparatus and methods implementing a technique for creating an electronic artwork with a hot area. For a selected layer of the artwork, a non-transparent region is identified and an action is assigned to an area corresponding to the non-transparent region, the action defining a function that will be ...


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Jeffrey H Michaud, Michael Paul Thole, Mark Joseph Williams, Jason Allen Townsend: User interface elements for hierarchical selection of items. Apple Computer, Fish & Richardson PC, January 31, 2008: US20080028337-A1

A user interface element for selecting items from a hierarchy of items can present a cell for each level in the hierarchy of items. Each cell can be associated with a level in the hierarchy and is operable to receive user input. In response to receiving user input directed to a cell, a collection of ...