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Deepoo
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Hi,
I was trying to take one of the tests on your website from the Rules Roundup page but everytime I click on the link to the test, the test applet/frame doesnt show up at all. All that my IE 5.0 browser displays is a page with a blank window in the middle.
Could you please assist me here? I have the latest version of the JDK and JRE installed on my workstation.
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Are you using a plug-in on your browser?
 
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I just ran IE 5 to see if I could see it - nope. It worked fine.
I'm running NT 4.0. What O/S are you running?
 
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Paul,
The configuration on my machine is the same, NT 4 with IE 5. And I am not using plugins in my browser. And one more fact is that every time I click on the link, the browser tells me that I have to download the Microsoft Virtual Machine, which I don't want to.
Any thoughts?
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I don't want you to download the MS virtual machine either. Ick!
Can you bring up your java console and see if there are any messages coming up there? Maybe the applet is freaking out about something.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Wheaton:
.... Can you bring up your java console and see if there are any messages coming up there? .....


Paul
What do you mean by your question above? Please elaborate.
Deepak
 
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You have to go to the IE options and enable showing the console. Then one of the menu items is something like "view java console". Click on that and you can see messages being sent from the applet to the console.
 
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