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Hi Java-Dev Members:
I posted the following message on Macintouch earlier today:
To run certain Java applets under Mac OS Classic (MRJ 2.2.4), you have to
install a file named "swingall.jar" in the MRJ Classes Folder within the
MRJ Libraries Folder within the Extensions Folder. Even then, many Java
applets run slowly and unreliably.
When Apple released Mac OS X, I bought a copy figuring that it would
solve my Java woes. In theory, Mac OS X should run Java applets like
nobody's business. Much to my dismay, I have had no luck with Java
applets that formerly required the swingall.jar file. Using Internet
Explorer Preview on Mac OS X (with all the Java options turned on), the
applets simply do not load. I'm hoping that this inability to run Java
applets is an IE problem that Microsoft will correct in the final release
rather than a core Mac OS X problem. Either way, it would appear that
Java applets which require swingall.jar do not yet work on the Mac OS X
Has anyone encountered this problem? Does a swingall.jar equivalent
exist for Mac OS X? Thank you.
Neil J. Squillante
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|>Java on Mac OS X -- swingall.jar (From: "Neil J. Squillante" <email@hidden>)|
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