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right click in java applet won't work...

 
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Hello, how's it going? I'm currently working on getting a pocket pc to load java applets through a web browser. I am currently using Netfront 3.0 for my browser and it contains JV-Lite 2 as its JVM. The applet loads and is functional. However, I am having issues with 'right clicking' functions. This particular applet is used as an interface for a building automation controller and it is necessary for right clicking to function (there are menus specific to functions that can only be accessed by right clicking). What are my options for fully functional java in a pocket pc web browser? Any help would be appreciated.
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