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Java 2 Applets

 
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Hi folks,
Sorry if this question comes up several times a week, I suspect it does, but I could not find it posted. Can someone please tell me what browsers support Java 2 applets.
thanks in advance,
Anthony
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Only Java's appletviewer allows you to see applets built with Java2 sofar. To be able to run them in other browsers,these browsers need to download the plugin and the applets need to be converted with an HTML converter (see sun.com/plugins)
Patrick
 
Anthony O'Rourke
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Thanks Patrick.
 
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I think that the Opera browser comes with JRE 1.3 - at least the version I have did.
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Thank you Daniel.
 
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