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Judy Abott
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hi, i want to get control over thebrowser in which the applet is loaded, no toolbar to be displayed, and no pull down menu! so as to inforce the user to stay within! and perform the flow designed, how to do that ...........???
 
Tim Holloway
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It's not considered polite for children to control their parents - so there's no way, short of developing a custom browser and forcing users to access the website only through it.
If flow of control is giving you problems, though, you might consider an approach like struts (http://jakarta.apache.org/struts). When everything goes through the same controlling servlet, the servlet can enforce state.
 
Judy Abott
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thanx tim, but u understood me all wrong
maybe i didn't explain it well:
what i want, is that the browser, explorer or netscape or else...
when my html page, with the applet inside, i want to control this browser in away to hide toolbars, and icons and pull down menu, so as user strict to the applet space, i.e no back no forward .. no View---> page source etc...
guess i made it more clear now!
 
Nathan Pruett
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You can do some of that through javascript( not a java applet ), but if you're using an applet wouldn't it just be simpler to open an applet frame?

-Nate
 
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