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Hi,
Our instructor showed us a way to use swingall.jar to view applets in a browser, but I can't get it to work. I use JBuilder, and I know there is a way to use applet viewer, but I don't know how. Can anyone help???
Thanks, Mary Ellen
 
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Try right-clicking inside the HTML file of the applet, in the JBuilder. I think you will get an option to start applet in appletviewer. I don't recall exactly but you will find it in one of the 'tips' of JBuilder.
 
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