reloading an applet with Netscape
When I reload a webpage containing a modified applet, Netscape runs the
old version of the applet. I always have to close Netscape and re-open
it to run the new version.
Is there a way for reloading the new version without closing?
Re: reloading an applet with Netscape
I've never had this problem before. Usually folks are complaining because
IE re-initializes the applet losing any pre-entered data.
If all you want to do is re-initialize the applet, override the start() method
and call init(). start() is called when an applet is already loaded and
the user returns to the page after leaving it. This should work but if not,
don't call init() inside start() and write your own code.
Hope this helps,
yann LE PAGE <email@example.com> wrote:
>When I reload a webpage containing a modified applet, Netscape runs the
>old version of the applet. I always have to close Netscape and re-open
>it to run the new version.
>Is there a way for reloading the new version without closing?
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