Re: Java Windows question..

"Andrew Thompson" <>
9 Oct 2006 21:08:08 -0700
JTapio wrote:

I have an homepage containing an applet runnable..

...hmmm. After visiting your homepage, and waiting several
minutes for the multitude of images and resources to load,
I saw a message about how this site was best viewed at
some 'screen resolution', and left.

I realise you were not asking us to critique the homepage, but
I will. Remove most of the images, or include tiny versions
(in both WxH and bytes) on the homepage, but link to large versions.

Move the applet from the homepage, onto a page where the user
is warned to expect to 'wait a few moment' for it to load, or better,
load it using webstart in a free floating window.

Designing for a particular screen size fell out of fashion last
millenium, make web sites for the users' screen size instead.

The bottom line of the web page (re., updates) has a typo.

if i add an image to my applet witch has an question of yes or no 'shall we
open a window' then,
how to i:
open fullscreen sized window

import java.awt.*;
import java.applet.*;

public class AppletWindow extends Applet {
  public void init() {
    Frame f = Frame.getFrames()[0];
    Window w = new Window(f);
      Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenSize() );

.... ready to receive Graphics2D commands from my
applet run()..

Is this an Applet or JApplet?

Andrew T.

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