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Rules Roundup Bug

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I'm having a problem with the Rules Roundup game. Can't get it to work at all on NT/2000, but OK, I'll boot into Me and play there.
My problem is that when I get 100% and then try to go onto another round, the "Done" button is not visible. The right side of the Applet pane has the Lucky Horseshoe, etc. graphics and below that is the Q&A. It looks to me like the "Done" button would be displayed below the bottom of the area supplied for the Applet to run. I think the problem would be fixed by simply updating the JSP to enlarge the Applet area. That is, change:
< applet code="QuizApplet.class" codebase="roundup" width="520" height="400" >
< applet code="QuizApplet.class" codebase="roundup" width="520" height="500" >
[spaces inserted by Mapraputa I to force browsers to diplay HTML rather than interpret it]
I don't think many users of Java Ranch will have a VGA these days! Most Java Programmers need a decent level of hardware just to get their work done.
This problem is somewhat of a show stopper, because the 36 questions given in each of the first couple of playings seem to be repeated a lot, and I haven't seen a new question in a while. So I think I need to play several games to start getting to some new questions.
I'm using IE 5.5 on Windows Me.
I'll post in Java Ranch area too in case that's a more appropriate place for this.
[This message has been edited by Mapraputa Is (edited February 14, 2001).]
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