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  1. #1
    Rocco Balsamo Guest

    Opening a browser window with specific properties

    A week ago, I asked how to open a browser window from an applet. The
    reply was to use the Applet.showDocument() method. This worked great,
    but I now have another related question:

    Is there any way to open a new browser window at a certain location with
    a certain size, and toolbar properties? In javascript, there is the
    window.open() method which opens up a new window with these specific
    properties. Can you do this in java??

    Thanks,
    Rocco


  2. #2
    Faisal Khwaja Guest

    Re: Opening a browser window with specific properties


    Rocco Balsamo <balsar@rpi.edu> wrote:
    >A week ago, I asked how to open a browser window from an applet. The
    >reply was to use the Applet.showDocument() method. This worked great,
    >but I now have another related question:
    >
    >Is there any way to open a new browser window at a certain location with
    >a certain size, and toolbar properties? In javascript, there is the
    >window.open() method which opens up a new window with these specific
    >properties. Can you do this in java??
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Rocco
    >

    You can call showDocument(url,target) to specify which browser window to
    display. You can create the browser using javascript and then using this
    call to show it.

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