Re: Java Windows question..

"JTapio" <>
Tue, 10 Oct 2006 13:38:17 GMT
"Andrew Thompson" <> wrote in message

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.

my images are something like 80k - 90k .jpg format.. their temporary on my
page, for my friends..
but, several minutes, man, ADSL is not that expensive anymore on these days,
and trust me it is worth of that 19e a month what it costs..
thank you for the function, anyway..

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() );

Is this an Applet or JApplet?

i dont have that deep knowledge of Java, im more like c++, but i think your
asking am i using a swing or awt applet..
i would love to keep it simple, so just fullscreen window ready to receive
images and some shapes..
and that would be fine..

thank you..

Yours : JariTapio
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