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    Default issues loading more than one applet

    hi.
    i have a web page that i am developing that has three applet links on it. each link goes to a new page with its corresponding applet.
    my simple applets (designed in wirefusion) load, but afterward, NO OTHER APPLET WILL LOAD unless i restart the browser. how can i stop this, so that the user can view an applet, close it, and view another, etc.?

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    has three applet links
    Do you mean <APPLET tags?
    Or HREF= links to HTML pages? What do the full <A tags look like for the links?
    What are the steps?
    Open a page with 3 links
    Click on a link to bring up a new page (in a new window?) with an applet.
    Close the page with the applet or go back to the page with the links?
    Click on another link to another page with a different applet.
    The page loads but the applet in the page does not.
    AT THIS POINT: copy the contents of the java console and paste it here.
    Are there any other error messages such as in the status field?

    What browser is being used?

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    Default applet issues...

    thanks for your reply.
    ok:

    1) i am using firefox
    2) the actual page can be viewed at w w w. b elluminovations.org/prototype
    3) each link on the main page is "<a/><a href=" to an html page where the applet code is placed.
    4) i am supposed to be able to either go back to page with the links, or other links included in the applet page to access the other applets. The page loads but the applet in the page does not.

    essentially, i click on a link (image) to open an html page where the apple code exist. this is not a new window (i tried that, but figured it was poor RAM organization). The applet loads in the new page. Afterward, none o the other applets will load.
    because of the program (wirefusion) i dont have access to the full java code.
    here is the index page's links code:

    "
    XML Code:
    ></a><a href="appet1/java_applets/hrtlungs-applet.html"><img src="applet1.JPG" width="75" height="72" border="0" /></a><a href="applet2/java_applets/hrtlungsribs-applet.html"><img src="applet2.JPG" width="75" height="72" border="0" /></a><a href="applet3/java_applets/embryoheart-applet.html"><img src="applet3.JPG" width="75" height="76" border="0" /></a

    here is the code that contains the applet (located on the target page):


    XML Code:
    </div>
    <script language="JavaScript">
    opengl=false;
    </script>
    <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="hrtlngsandrbs/launcher.js">
    </script><noscript>This presentation requires that JavaScript is enabled</noscript>

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    Sorry, your url was NOT found by my browser:
    www.belluminovations.org/prototype
    code that contains the applet (located on the target page):
    HTML Code:

    </div> <script language="JavaScript"> opengl=false; </script> <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="hrtlngsandrbs/launcher.js"> </script><noscript>This presentation requires that JavaScript is enabled</noscript>
    This doesn't look like an <APPLET tag? What causes the browser to load the java code(Applet)?
    Last edited by Norm; 09-04-2008 at 03:22 AM.

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