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Applet wont load...

 
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after i use the <applet></applet> tags in html this applet wont display
the circles and SHA..

why not?


Thanks,

Justin

p.s i have a CircleListener as you can see, but its commented out cause it creates a second class. in the applet code, how do i set the code value equal to more than one class file?
 
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Looks like it ought to display something. Are you sure its the applet thats the problem, or is it possible that the applet isn't loading at all.

i.e., is the button being displayed?

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well i have another applet that is just a big JScrollPane, and that displays. But this one won't, im stuck.

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Is the paint method being called?
 
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you dont have to call it in the init() do you? i never do in any other applications...


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No, your code doesn't have to call it, because someone does, and that's not going to happen when using Swing (as JApplet does). Swing wants you to use the paintComponent method instead. Have your previous applets possibly all been based on Applet (as opposed to JApplet)?
 
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umm it works now, i updated my java plugin stuff for my browser.
but i have to use paint() in JApplet, it doesnt recognize paintComponent when you're using JApplet, only if you use JPanel.

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