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recall applet on page refresh

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I am developing a web application. and my java web page calls a applet which is inside signed .jar file.
when I open a new browser and run my URL, it's giving me security popup which I have to allow to run my applet.
but if I deny/cancel the security popup, it's not asking me again on page refresh.
What I have to do to get that popup is I have to close browser and again run that URL.
I want that popup should come if I refresh page. Please help me out.
Thanks in advance.
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That's not how browsers work. They generally remember such decisions for the entire session. I don't think there's anything you (as the web app and applet developer) can do about that.
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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