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jApplet Problem!!!

sam patel
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Joined: Jun 13, 2002
Posts: 103
I created JApplet with CardLayout....
I have about 7 Panels...
In Panel#1 i am using 6 of the panels...
and then in Panel#2 I am creating something else...
My Problem is the width and height of the applet is 325, 200...
I need to keep this size because my panel1 is just a login screen...
When i display the Panel#2 i want to change the size of the applet to 825,588...
But it displays the Panel#2 in 325,200..
How can i make the size of the Panel#2 to 825,588...
Any help will be greatly appreciated...
Thanks in advance.
Gregg Bolinger
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Joined: Jul 11, 2001
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My suggestion is this:
instead of using a JPanel in the applet for the Login, use a JDialog. This keeps it off of your JAppet container.
The problem with what you are trying to do is the size of the Applet is specified in the HTML. I don't think this can be changed via the Applet.

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