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When I first bring up the web page, I get the wrong background color (it's actually the foreground color - black - instead, although that might be coincidence). Refreshing the page makes the background of the applet area the same color as the HTML page background. Then, when I go to another tab and return, the background of the applet area is whatever was in that area on the page of the last tab that I visited. I actually wouldn't mind if the background in the applet area was transparent right to the background of the HTML page, but only the HTML page in which is resides - not wherever I was before ...
Correlation does not prove causality.
Roger F. Gay
Joined: Feb 16, 2007
The problem occurred using Firefox, but was not repeatable in Opera. So, I'm guessing it's a Firefox bug. Anyone concur ? Disagree?
1) You extend JApplet. In such scenarios (where you use Swing components) it is recommended to override paintComponent() for custom painting
2) In the init() you are invoking setBack/Foreground(). Later on you are also calling g2.fill. What exactly are you trying to do here?
3) Your class has a main method? Who is supposed to be invoking that?
4) Your main method creates a JFrame and you add an applet instance to it? What exactly are you trying to do here?