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Hi, I'm having a problem with my browser that I'm sure you've all encountered before. When I compile and load an applet under a certain class name, I can never view another applet with the same class name. So if I test and applet, then make changes to it and recompile it, when I view it in the browser (both IE6 and Netscape 6 do this) it just reverts to the first compilation. I know applet viewer doesn't do this. If somebody could help me I would be very appreciative.
 
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Hey Nick,
Try closing the browser and then come back in and re-run the applet.
Trish
 
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Maybe try clearing your cache before you rerun it. Or try shift key combined with refresh
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