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Simone Li
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So I visited https://jogl-demos.dev.java.net/applettest.html using two different OSes.

On Mac, the gears works fine with both Safari and Firefox.

On windows, it doesn't work at all with the message "Error: Class not found: demos.applets.GearsApplet" in Chrome, Firefox, and IE.

Is there something I'm missing?

I'm a tad surprised that I couldn't find a solution through a google search since this seems to be a rather simple problem. Then again, I have no idea what's wrong. I have the latest java versions I think (up to 6 rev 22).

Thank you for any help you can provide.
Paul Clapham
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Well, here's the web rule: if you go to somebody's site, and it doesn't work right, it's their fault. So no, it's not your fault.
Simone Li
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Paul Clapham wrote:Well, here's the web rule: if you go to somebody's site, and it doesn't work right, it's their fault. So no, it's not your fault.


Well, the thing is, I also tried to set it up on my website. The exact same behavior occurs. It's mysterious!

Thank you though for your response. I suppose I'll just work with safari.
Paul Clapham
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Not at all mysterious. If something doesn't work, and you move it somewhere else, it likely isn't going to work in the same sort of way there too.

But you're missing my point. (Sorry for not making it clearer.) There's a website put up by some people who are trying to demonstrate JNLP. There are problems with what they posted, apparently. So you should contact them and ask about the problems. If you can point out to them what they did wrong, then so much the better, but you certainly aren't required to do that.
Simone Li
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Paul Clapham wrote:Not at all mysterious. If something doesn't work, and you move it somewhere else, it likely isn't going to work in the same sort of way there too.

But you're missing my point. (Sorry for not making it clearer.) There's a website put up by some people who are trying to demonstrate JNLP. There are problems with what they posted, apparently. So you should contact them and ask about the problems. If you can point out to them what they did wrong, then so much the better, but you certainly aren't required to do that.


Alright, thanks.

Kind of unexpected, but I'll go with that.
 
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