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Lesole Mphinyane
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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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To post an image, you'd need to upload it to a Web host somewhere, then add the URL to your post. You can't upload the image directly to JavaRanch, nor can we see it when you provide a "file" URL to your own desktop.

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Lesole Mphinyane
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its nt abwt the uploadin images, its abwt how do i make what i hav described above work in java applets..
Ulf Dittmer

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Well, we can't see anything because the image link is broken, for the reason Ernest described. So we have no idea what your problem or question might be.
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