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    Do my Java applets work?

    Here is the link to my Online Digital Portfolio, which contains samples of work I have done in the Computer Science program at college.

    http://hal.cs.camosun.bc.ca/~cst0203...lPortfolio.htm

    About halfway down the page, under Java Applets, please check to see if the applets work. They do when I try to run them at school, but not at home.

    At school, I am not running them locally - I do it over the web, through my website. When I try tot do the same thing at home, I get a class not found error. And yes, I have the latest version of the Java runtime installed.

    Anyway, could other people please check some of the applets and let me know if they work?

    Thanks.

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    Applets work.
    Java 3D doesn't

    Tested in Moz. 1.6

    I take no responsibility for the above nonsense.


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    located under same folder

    I couldn't get the page to load at all when viewed with IE6... (Page not found error).

    But anyways, I've noticed that java applets won't work if the applet is in one folder while the html page is in another, even if I use absolute (the whole http://www-blah-blah) URL in the applet's location.
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    lemming: thanks, I think Java3D would not work unless you've downloaded and installed the Java 3D API from Sun.

    j&j: if you mean the HTML page with the Java applet in it, then those pages are in the same folder as the class files.


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