Not by themselves. You need the Java Plug-in for those browsers. Then not only will they support Swing, but Java 2 also. But you need to modify the HTML tags to use the plug-in. And expecting that your users will have the plug-in installed in their systems in unrealistic UNLESS of course, you are in an Intranet where somebody dictates what's installed on the workstations. As I said, the HTML file has to change to use the plug-in. <APPLET> becomes <EMBED> in NN4 and becomes <OBJECT> in IE4 and IE5. There's more, and the Sun page on its plug-in tells how. In fact they have an HTML converter that will modify your <APPLET> tags so that the plug-in can be used. It's all explained in Sun's site: http://www.javasoft.com/products/plugin/1.2/docs/tags.html You can download the Java Plug-in 1.2 HTML Converter from: http://www.javasoft.com/products/plugin/1.2/features.html
Tony Alicea Senior Java Web Application Developer, SCPJ2, SCWCD
Barry's not gonna like this. Barry's not gonna like this one bit. What is Barry's deal with tiny ads?