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  1. #1
    Alligator Bob Guest

    How to use Swing applets......


    I downloaded the Java 2 plug-in, installed it, and I still can't see Java
    applets written in Swing in either Netscape or Internet Explorer. Does anyone
    know how to help me; this supposedly good Core Java book doesn't tell me
    crap either.

  2. #2
    David Guest

    Re: How to use Swing applets......


    You have to change your HTML applet tag. go to http://java.sun.com and search
    for something called a HTMLConverter (or something like that, but definitely
    with the word 'converter') and copy that. All that program does is take in
    a HTML file and search for applet tags and modify it so that it tell the
    browser to go look for the plug-in.


    "Alligator Bob" <icelake@aol.com> wrote:
    >
    >I downloaded the Java 2 plug-in, installed it, and I still can't see Java
    >applets written in Swing in either Netscape or Internet Explorer. Does

    anyone
    >know how to help me; this supposedly good Core Java book doesn't tell me
    >crap either.



  3. #3
    harish Guest

    Re: How to use Swing applets......


    "Alligator Bob" <icelake@aol.com> wrote:
    >
    >I downloaded the Java 2 plug-in, installed it, and I still can't see Java
    >applets written in Swing in either Netscape or Internet Explorer. Does

    anyone
    >know how to help me; this supposedly good Core Java book doesn't tell me
    >crap either.



    extract javax and com and make it into a jar file
    add this jar file to the archive attribute of the
    applet tag.

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