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applet look and feel

 
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Has anyone know why my applets look and feel gets reset when ever i open a new page in my web app.
thanks
clive
 
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I am assuming you have a custom look-and-feel you want to use instead? How are you installing it...what is the actual code, and were do you install it?
 
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I set the Look and Feel to that of the system that the applet is running on. Using UIManager.setLookandFeel which works fine when the applet is loaded but when the user clicks on another page when he or she returns to the applet its look and feel has changed to a different look and feel.
Im not sure why this happens?
 
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