If I reload the page, I eventually get a kind of deadlock, where the browser stops responding. I am using 32-bit JREs because I develop some software based on JMF (which is only compatible with the 32-bit JRE). Fortunately, most web programmers go through the painful process of making their applets compatible with both IE and Netscape. posted 3 years ago You are far from alone in that respect. [Asking smart questions] [About Bear] [Books by Bear] Randall Twede Ranch Hand Posts: 4510 5 I like... check over here
However, some applets may contain code that requires an updated version of Java. The java version shows in the console window (see above). Btw, do you have 32- or 64-bit jre's? –Fuhrmanator Apr 24 '12 at 4:26 I use a 64-bit JDK 7 from Sun/Oracle. Rahul Rathod, works at InfosysWritten 113w agoJava applets are small programs that are typically designed to run in a Web browser. http://pc.net/helpcenter/answers/java_applets_wont_run_in_browser
Fortunately, Java is available as a free download. I think the files would need to be in the same directory as the HTML file. Windows and Linux users can get the latest version of Java at Sun Microsystems' Java Downloads page. everything except the image and audio files are not being found(both versions in different folders).
it worked fine when i first wrote it in 2000 and when i wrote the html to display it as a homework assignment in 2003, and the new version worked a Test Java Applet Not the answer you're looking for? Fortunately, Java is available as a free download. This means they won't run on computers with older Java installations.
Applets are not easy to develop or deploy. –Andrew Thompson Dec 21 '11 at 2:28 To get the compiler version, go to the command line and type javac -version. Hide this message.QuoraSign In Java Applets Web Browsers Java (programming language) The InternetWhy won't Java Applets run in my web browser?UpdateCancelAnswer Wiki8 Answers Shashank Singh, According to my calculations, the problem How To Run Java Applet In Chrome Randall Twede Ranch Hand Posts: 4510 5 I like... How To Run Java Applet In Google Chrome Cannot INSERT Into Newly Created Column How to respond to a professor who was insulted by an email detailing mistakes in the exercise?
Who am I??? How To Enable Java In Internet Explorer So one Java applet might run fine on Jane's PC running Internet Explorer, but might not run at all on Peter's Mac which is running Netscape. Most computer systems today come with Java pre-installed, which includes support for Java applets.
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My browser plugin is still the 6 version. Entered: March 10, 2000 – by Per Christensson Category: Web Next Web Question: Should I have cookies turned on or off in my web browser? In my case, the control panel found additionally the JDKs (which I also had installed). have a peek at these guys It works fine (really!) when I run it in eclipse as an applet.
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i knew including them in the jar wouldn't help but i got frustrated. It already knew about the two JREs I mentioned in the question above. Is this word Lexically Ordered? Have you tried to unistall your browsers and JVM, remove the config data in the hidden folders of your profile and reinstall the JVM after reinstall them?
What makes this such a big problem is that Netscape and Internet Explorer use different Java interpreters. sorry i confused you. By the way, I understand why you might get impatient getting this to work, but do not confuse problems with the code, or the files, or Java, or the JDK, with Unfortunately, applets require full Java support or they won't run at all.
UK immigration officer made a mistake. See you again later. :) –user1352498 Apr 24 '12 at 14:32 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote accepted Here's what I did to solve the problem: Java Control Panel posted 3 years ago It is unlikely that Windows 2000 will have the drivers for your up-to-date laptop. [Asking smart questions] [About Bear] [Books by Bear] Ulf Dittmer Rancher Posts: Common applets include math programs, 3D model viewers, and various types of games.