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ok so i have a website that i trying to collect information from in the most accurate way possible. currently, i have it just doing A LOT of PixelSearch's and depending on which radio button is selected, the page changes slightly. i have already looked at the source of the webpage and it looks like its opening up java files and just allowing me to view them in a nice UI via web browser. my question is, is there a way to read these java files if i were somehow able to access them without the UI?

i can supply the source for the website if anyone is interested in helpin with finding out how i could access these java files.

Thx!

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