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i was trying the game but there was nothing in the window... just an icon in the upper left corner... for sure there's something wrong in my computer because i always get it even in chat sites that uses applets... how can i corrwect these... i got sdk 1.3 in my system...
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Benjoe.
It says, right on the page, "WARNING: If you have installed Sun's jdk version 1.3.1 or higher, you will need to disable the option to "Use Java 2 v1.3.1_02 for <applet>"."
An improved version is being developed and refined and I'd guess may appear before too long. In the mean time, to get reliable performance, you'll have to use a JRE pre-1.3.1 in order to use the applet. If you're using Internet Explorer, go to the Tools Menu -> Internet Options -> Advanced Tab in order to disable the option to "Use Java xxx Plug-In". You may also be able to disable a plug-in through the Java Plug-In Control Panel.
Good Luck.
 
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I just ran the Rules Roundup game on my iMac, which has OS X 10.2 (Jaguar), IE 5.2, and Java 1.3.1. The game ran fine.
(Why wouldn't it? Isn't Java 1.3.1 upward compatible with previous Java versions?)
 
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