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Security Warning appearing behind browser

 
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Hey guys,
i have a signed applet. When i load the applet using a browser that is lacking some files, a security warning would normally show to ask the user to confirm his trust for the applet.
All is fine so far, but the problem is that sometimes the warning shows behind the browser, especially in cases where the user clicks on the link and moves to another window, this will make it very hard for the user to re-focus this warning message auto-generated by signed applets
Any ideas ?
thanks a bunch
Mohammad
 
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