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Can anyone please hurry help me?!?!?!?

ji yan
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Joined: Feb 15, 2002
Posts: 7
I am trying to use dialogbox in an applet but the
constructor of a dialog class only accept a frame object as its first parameter,not an applet!Here is how does its constructor look like:
Dialog(Frame) //Constructs an initially invisible Dialog with an empty title.
Dialog(Frame, boolean) //Constructs an initially invisible Dialog with an empty title.
Dialog(Frame, String) //Constructs an initially invisible Dialog with a title.
Dialog(Frame, String, boolean) //Constructs an initially invisible Dialog with a title.
can anyone please tell me how can I construct a dialog box in an applet?
Thanks in advance
Ji Yan
Roy Ben Ami
Ranch Hand

Joined: Jan 13, 2002
Posts: 732
when u create the dialog u can pass a null instead of a refrence to a parent.
like this:
MyDialog x=new MyDialog(null);
however, notice that using dialogs in applets is not recommended and will pop out warning to the user. this is to ensure that u r not trying to "fool" the user in thinking he is running a real application off the internet, when he is actually running an applet in the internet.
ji yan
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 15, 2002
Posts: 7
I will give that a try!
Thanks a lot!
 
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