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    Default How to uninstall MS VM?

    Hi,

    I have problems with the MS VM (which is no longer updated). When I try to include Swing components in my applet, some computers which have the MS VM show just a gray window. Now, I just use AWT components for the general compatibility.

    Do you know if it is possible to uninstall the MS VM from Internet ?

    I have this: www . java . com/en/download/help/uninstall_msvm . xml

    Thank you
    Panchito

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    Do you know if it is possible to uninstall the MS VM from Internet ?
    From Internet? you cannot actually....
    The problem is in your browser, your browser enables that software(plug-in)....

    You could just disable that plug-in....
    And that URL you've posted is the starting point....
    freedom exists in the world of ideas

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    Thank you for your message.

    I have an applet that was created 5 years ago and I try to improve it. This applet read several images in the same time. Now it uses mediatracker and it works but when I try to resize the images it doesn't work properly there are a lot of pixels. In addition, I try to include a Swing control to do the resize but when I include this kind of components these are not compatible with PCs which have the MS JVM. Many people that use this applet has in their PCs the MS JVM. We can encourage some users to install Java plug-in but it's a little bit hard to show users to disable options.
    In fact, I found on the Internet a similar Applet that works properly with the images and controls (I suppose most of them are from AWT) and it works with the MS JVM.

    On the other hand, I tryed to use the BufferedImage to display images. It works pretty well, but just with an image. When I try to read and display 2 or more big images (images more than 3 MB) it shows me a Java heap space message. I set up the -Xmx but I think that this is not the solution.

    Again, thanks for your messages.

    Panchitopro

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