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I'm writing a set of intranet SWING-based applets that must be able to run on both Windows and Mac-based machines. I have the Applet running fine on the Windows machines, but on the Macintosh I recieve a NoClassDefFound: JApplet exception. I've run the HTMLConverter on the .html file that calls the applet, but to no success. What do I need to do to get the Mac to understand JApplets?
(The Mac is running IE 5.0 on OS 9.1)
 
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OS X is shipped with Java 1.3... but anything before only had 1.1.8... You may be able to download JFC 1.1 from Sun and use it to add Swing to an older Mac, but I haven't tried this before...

-Nate
[This message has been edited by Nathan Pruett (edited August 30, 2001).]
 
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Thanks...I got it working now.
 
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