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I have seen applets appearing on a number of Web sites and I have opened these pages from different machines. My worry is that when I develop applets, I can not view them on some of the machines yet I can view applets on Web sites. I know one should jave a Java Plug in but I am surprised that it works for some Web sites that have Java APPLETS.
Can someon explain this to me.
How can I get applets to run on default web browsers.
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Well it is not necessary to have a java plug-in to run applets ,as you have asked that applets is not visible just check browser setting in tools option in Interent Explorer and please see it carefully .
Second is that in contol panel there must be java a console and click it and select the option visible so whenever java applet runs in the browser then this java console would fisrt be come and this will show you any error or exception in applet .Please tell whether it works or not .
Well one more thing if java plugin is required to run applet then dialog box would come specifying java plugin is required to run applet.
Please do tell whether applet is running or not.
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You can program all your applets using jdk 1.1.4 and they should work on all browsers for now.

If you installed the plug-in, you need to deselect it in IE to be able to see older applets
Tools --> Internet Options --> Advanced --> Use Java 2 vXxxx for <applet> (uncheck this)
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