|Individual web site, non-commerical use||Free|
|Chess club, non-commerical use||Free|
|Individual web site, commercial use||$25.00 (U.S.)|
|Web site for single event, held once||$25.00 (U.S.)|
|Web site for single event, held multiple times||$50.00 (U.S.)|
|Web site for on-line publication, single issue use||$25.00 (U.S.)|
|Web site for on-line publication, multiple issue use or dedicated chess site||$50.00 (U.S.)|
There is one exception to the licensing. Anyone, commercial or not, can use Misty Beach PGN Viewer for the games from the Gary Kasparov vs. Deep Blue matches.
Send checks denominated in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank to:
Misty Beach Software
115 Chetwood Dr.
Mountain View, CA 94043 USA
If you want to use Misty Beach PGN Viewer and you're use isn't covered by the table, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
<APPLET CODE = "MistyBeachPGNViewer.class" CODEBASE = ".." ARCHIVE = "../MistyBeachPGNViewer.zip" WIDTH=525 HEIGHT=450> <PARAM NAME = pgnfile value = "../PGNFiles/Nottingham1936Game001.pgn"> <PARAM NAME = cabbase VALUE = "MistyBeachPGNViewer.cab"> </APPLET>You replace "../PGNFiles/Nottingham1936Game001.pgn" with your own PGN files.
This example assumes that your HTML pages, PGN files and applet files (*.class, *.zip and *.cab) are in a directory structure like the one in the download.zip package. If they are not, adjust your paths to the CODEBASE, ARCHIVE and pgnfile parameters appropriately.
A PGN game represented using export format is said to be in "reduced export format" if all of the following hold: 1) it has no commentary, 2) it has only the standard seven tag roster identification information ("STR", see below), 3)it has no recursive annotation variations ("RAV", see below), and 4) it has no numeric annotation glyphs ("NAG", see below). Reduced export format is used for bulk storage of unannotated games. It represents a minimum level of standard conformance for a PGN exporting application.
(1) For purposes of this license, a web-site is logically related set of web pages controlled by a single individual or organization. AOL, for example, could license this applet for use by AOL, but this would not allow every AOL user to use the applet without licensing it.