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Displaying AWT widgets in Applets

 
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I wrote a small Applet that has java.awt.List widget. When I look at my applet with an Appletviewer if the one of the List items are longer than the width Java automatically puts a horizontal scroll bar. But the same applet when I look through IE5 or Netscape expands to fit the list item string. Please tell me how I can have a constant size for my List item when running the applet in a browser
Thanks
Bo
 
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Hi Bo!
Here is an example of one solution:

and the html:


<HTML>
<APPLET CODE = "ListTest.class" WIDTH = 640 HEIGHT = 480>
<PARAM NAME=ListWidth VALUE="500">
<PARAM NAME=ListHeight VALUE="100">
</APPLET>
</HTML>


Hope this helps.
Stephanie
[This message has been edited by Stephanie Grasson (edited March 16, 2001).]
 
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Cool, This will work. Thanks for your help. I really wish that the Appletviewer and java plugin would behave in a consistant fasion. It would really help us developers
 
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