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How to create full screen applet in browser?

 
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i want to create applet that have size match to white space of browser , without make the browser scrollable and i don't want open my applet in new frame.
can somebody guide me how to do that?
 
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My Applet is a bit different because it is converted from a desktop application.

Firstly I have a JFrame, I use following methods to set the size:

Dimension screenSize = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenSize();
frame.setSize(screenSize);



For the Applet, I add the content pane of that frame to the center:

this.getContentPane().add(gui.frame.getContentPane(), BorderLayout.CENTER);

"this" is the Applet.

Hope it helps.
 
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