You have to add the jar file in the Netscape directory to your classpath... I think it's called java40.jar, but it's been a while since I've used it, so you may want to verify this before trying it... Just search the Netscape directory for jar files and look in them with WinZip... when you find JSObject.class in one, you know you have the right one...
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posted 18 years ago
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