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REH Henderson
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Joined: Jun 17, 2004
Posts: 5
I been using this progrom for the longest can you tell me
what is the matter with it:

<applet
code=rtjmc001.class
width=300
height=100
codebase=http://www.robtex.com/jm
>
<!--
delete the codebase above
if you downloaded the class
-->
<param name=speed value="24">
<param name=move value="24">
<param name=timetype value="n">
<param name=scrt value="n">
<param name=tface value="a">
<param name=teff value="p">
<param name=text value="Your text here">
<param name=bgcolor value="000000">
<param name=fgcolor value="ffffff">
<param name=bgeff value="s">
<param name=col1 value="0000ff">
<param name=col2 value="000000">
<param name=col3 value="000000">
<param name=col4 value="000000">
<param name=seed2 value="0">
<param name=bgeff2 value="n">
<param name=ecol1 value="ff0000">
<param name=ecol2 value="000000">
<param name=ecol3 value="000000">
<param name=ecol4 value="000000">
<param name=seed1 value="0">
<blockquote>
Sorry, your browser does not support Java
</blockquote>
</applet>

Please reply?!


Richie Henderson
Paul Sturrock
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Joined: Apr 14, 2004
Posts: 10336


what is the matter with it

No idea - you don't give us any indication what the error is. Perhaps you could post a description of the error/unexpected behaviour you are seeing?


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Jeroen Wenting
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 5093
Whatever may be the problem with it, it's certainly not servlet related...

Most likely you're getting connection timeouts due to "DUE TO THE ENOURMOUS POPULARITY OF THIS APPLET,
THE LOAD ON THE SERVER IS VERY HIGH, PLEASE USE A LOCAL COPY OF THE rtjmc001.class FOR YOUR HOMEPAGE! "

as their site says. It also includes instructions on how to proceed.


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