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problem with view jar applet on browser

 
sina poores
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hi to all friends..
i realy hope that you guys accept me in your friendly commiunication and
realy sorry for my poor english..
i tried to browse my applet that i convert that to jar on ie browser but when i open browser nothing shoed.
my jar file attached!
i tried 2 days for solve this problem and i didn't do special think for ok that ..
if some one can say me some advise or can see my jar i realy will be greatfull..
thanks alot
my html source is :


my jar file link for download: http://s1.picofile.com/file/6922766596/Game.jar.html
 
john price
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You didn't include the URL...Here is my Applet HTML code that I put on my page (so you have a real life example) :



So... Make sure you include : the code, URL, archive, width, and height. You should be ready to go after that...

Cheers,
cc11rocks

EDIT (Clarification) : Name is optional. I have it on my code because I do some fancy resizing with Javascript (and therefore need to call my Java Applet something).

EDIT (Warning) : Applets and other things have not been working for me on IE9. I use Google Chrome for browsing, Firefox as backup and IE9 for testing. IE9 has not been successful for ANY Applet, at least for me. I have seen this on other computers too, so it is not just me.
 
sina poores
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first thank for your example because with that now i can see that when the problem is from my browser and when from my jar file....say if i am in wrong but i realy dont need to inter url when all of html and jar file are in my computer desktop and adresses are locally..

this is my project before jar: http://s1.picofile.com/file/6923855130/Game_III_Applet.7z.html


idont know why don't show ??!!!
 
Andrew Thompson
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sina poores wrote:hi to all friends..


My friends do not cross-post!
 
sina poores
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you can't talk about a problem in your college friends and club friends ??
 
Andrew Thompson
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sina poores wrote:you can't talk about a problem in..


It is spelled out in Be Forthright When Cross Posting To Other Sites.

sina poores wrote:..your college friends and club friends ??


The people at Stack Overflow are not your college or club anything. As someone who has already wasted time there trying to help you, I can say that with good authority.
 
sina poores
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when i didn't rich in a site you conduct ! that you never should ask nobody your question again and you must be in hnknown about your question.
DR Bill Gates You didn;t need to
maybe your social advise will help someone to improve their humanity..

please don't follow your helpfull advises!You are on the righ track.ok??
 
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