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    I've tried it so many times, don't think it's the sever shutting off.
    Damn it, now I really want to get this to work :P. What a weird problem.

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    @Webuser - what browser and jre are you using?
    I get the same error as OP posted.
    Here's what is shown in IE8's Java console after it quickly flashed the start of some game:
    Java Plug-in 1.6.0_20
    Using JRE version 1.6.0_20-b02 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
    User home directory = C:\Documents and Settings\Owner

    ...

    Initialising ipas.test.TestKeyboardInput
    Initialising ipas.test.TestMouseInput
    init
    Loading class: ipas.GameInterface
    Loading class: ipas.GamePanel
    Loading class: ipas.ballgame.BallGame
    Loading class: ipas.ballgame.BallGameControl
    Loading class: ipas.bingo.Bingo
    Loading class: ipas.bingo.BingoControl
    Loading class: ipas.mathtest.MathTest
    Loading class: ipas.mathtest.MathTestControl
    Loading class: ipas.totalrecall.TotalRecall
    Loading class: ipas.totalrecall.TotalRecallControl
    Loading class: ipas.wingsandthings.WingsAndThings
    Loading class: ipas.wingsandthings.WingsAndThingsControl
    Loading class: ipas.wingsandthings.VectorGraphic
    Loading class: ipas.wingsandthings.DoublePolygon
    Loading class: ipas.score.ShowScore
    loaded: ipas.IPas@16bd8ea
    IPas initialized [1.3.0 01/10/2004 (DD/MM/YYYY)]
    NITEX Software Development 10/01/2004
    information: 1277232046156 [ipas.ballgame.BallGame.Constructor] initializing ballgame
    nMaxStartTime: 1277318414
    currenttimemillis: 1277232046
    information: 1277232046187 [ipas.ballgame.BallGame.Constructor] initializing ballgame
    IPas.start(): called
    IPas.run(): called
    IPas.stop(): called
    stop
    IPas.destroy(): called
    IPas stopped
    Crash in function destroy: java.lang.InterruptedException: sleep interrupted
    destroy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    @Webuser - what browser and jre are you using?
    I get the same error as OP posted.
    Here's what is shown in IE8's Java console after it quickly flashed the start of some game:
    IE 8 v 8.0.6001...
    My Google Chrome and My FireFox all work fine :)
    jre is the newest one... Always watch for updates ;)
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    Have a Good Java Coding :)

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    @Webuser - Could you try it again and copy and paste the contents of your Java Console here.
    I have No ideas why there are differences between the different users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    @Webuser - Could you try it again and copy and paste the contents of your Java Console here.
    I have No ideas why there are differences between the different users.
    My Java Console is clear :confused:
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    Have a Good Java Coding :)

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    I don't understand how your Java console can be clear.
    I always get something in a Java Console when I execute a applet.
    Are there some java settings via the Control Panel's Java Panel that can turn off output to the java console?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I don't understand how your Java console can be clear.
    I always get something in a Java Console when I execute a applet.
    Are there some java settings via the Control Panel's Java Panel that can turn off output to the java console?
    I guess the applet does not contain a debugging comments :confused:
    Java Code:
    System.out.println()
    So my console is a default one :(
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    Java Plug-in 1.6.0_20
    Using JRE version 1.6.0_20-b02 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
    User home directory = C:\Documents and Settings\Owner
    ...
    I ALWAYS get at least the above when the Java console is opened.

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