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What' should be the optimum size of the applet?

 
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Hi friends,
I'm trying to load an applet via Netscape browser(ver 4.7) in HP-UX 10.2 environment. The applet lies in my Intranet site. The problem is- i'm facing is that first of all it's too slow and the status bar shows that it's loading the applet-it's goes up to some 58% but after that the browser is simply freezed-it just can't load the applet fully.
I just want to ask u folks is there some optimum size of java applets-that is the root of this problem or is it anything else?
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