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    Default Scrolling Applet Pictures Disappeared After Update.

    My home page on my website; mrpitbull.com (don't have enough post to include a link, sorry) has a scrolling applet that contains several pictures. After doing a Java update a few months back, the pictures disappeared. Any computer that has not had the update the pictures still appear. I rolled back the update on my system and got the pictures back. I figured that whatever problem I was experiencing, others would too, and a fix would be forthcoming. After a number of months, it is time to seek some help. Hopefully, someone is familiar with the issue and has a solution. Thanks!

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    Can you tell us the update version and the JDK version your applet is written :)

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    Webuser, I unistalled flash player 10 and went back to 9 and the pictures show up again. I have no idea what was used to create the applet. Is there anyway I can determine that?
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    It's quite important because different versions may conflict )
    I don't understand what the flash is about here? We talking about JRE and JDK. It is not flash but Java tech.
    By the way, how you updated your JRE?

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    can you tell us the update version.
    To know the version for example you can start your applet, watch the trey when the Java Icon appear, right click it and watch the update version

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    As an experiment my webmaster had we instal V9 without unistalling V10 and the images are back. I am waiting instruction from him. But what is un my computer is irrelevent. Since they first went to 10 the images have not worked, not for me, nor any computer I have checked. There has been several new versions and non are working. Can you see the images on your computer? And what version are you using? The problem is; the average user has little or no control over the version installed.

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    Maybe you should inslall some lika a depolyment to evoid the problem?
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    the deploy can produce the version your applet need to...

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    I am sorry I don't know what that is. Is this something my webmaster would install and then redo the application?

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    Yeah. It is a little different way of programming... First code check the JRE version is installed and makes adaptation if needed...

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    I will pass on your kind suggestions to my Webmaster. Thanks a lot.

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