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displaying applets without the titlebar,menubar and status bar

karthik mahalingam
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Joined: Sep 03, 2004
Posts: 19
hi all,
i want to develop an applet window which shouldnt have any title,status or menubar...plus the image of the coffee mug also shouldnt come...

that is it should be null so that when my applet gets loaded i would simply see a screen with only the functionalities i have added to that window...

hope my question is clear..please help me get out of this situation at the earliest

thank u
karthik
Joe Ess
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Short answer: You can't. It's a security feature:

Windows that an applet brings up look different than windows that an application brings up.
Applet windows have some warning text and either a colored bar or an image. This helps the user distinguish applet windows from those of trusted applications.

The Java Tutorial: Applet Security Restrictions


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