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show java "coffe-cup" in the Windows XP toolbar ?

 
Edward Chen
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I can't find the "JRE" logo, "coffe-cup" in the Windows XP toolbar ?

The applet is working, but now, I can't see the logo so that I can't open the applet control panel which contains the important debug information . How to reactivate it ?

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Mark Lopez
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In my XP I believe if is still inside the control panel of the Windows OS. Then click the �coffe-cup� (Sure, I need one now too), if you find your there, then click the advanced tab for the settings you want. But you seem to know that, and more Java than me, already and have another problem (it's your code).

But who knows. Anyway, another green�s, like me, can benefit.
[ November 29, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Lopez ]
 
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If u are using Java 5.0, go to java plugin in Control panel --> Advanced Tab --> Miscellaneous --> Place java icon in system Tray.

If u are using Java 2, then COntrol Panel --> General Tab --> place icon in Sytem tray.

 
Edward Chen
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Thanks. Your posts work.

and I find another option. If you are using IE 6.0, go to Tools->Sun Java Console, it will show applet debug information. But you need to manually click it each time when you load applet. It works, but it is not a good way.

Thanks.
 
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