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How to get rid of "Java Applet Window" from JDialog

 
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Hi Friends,
I am developing an applet that uses JDialog class. I want to get rid of "Java Applet Window" that appears at the bottom of my JDialog.
When I run my application from the web, I do not want that to show up.
Is there any way of doing it ?
Many thanks in advance.
Ramesh
 
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It's there for security reasons (mainly so people can't spoof login/password forms and harvest passwords), and you shouldn't try to remove it.

The only way I know to remove it is have a signed applet and use your own SecurityManager class...
 
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