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MS IE 3.02a for Win3.1 don't support Java

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Microsoft claims that IE 3.02a for Win3.1 support Java.  But I found
problems in viewing some Java powered pages.  E.g.
http://www.cuhk.edu.hk.

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What error message do you get ?

What part of the URL has the problem ?

Renaud
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The place where a Java applet should appear becomes a grey rectangle.  But on the status bar, it is told that the applet has started.
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On the Web page, there are 2 applets, one on bottom left and one on top right. The one on top right is very long to start.

Which one is the problem ?

Renaud
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Thanks.
I can see part of the bottom left one but can't see the top right one.  That one need a long time to start or just can't run completely?
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I experiment VERY long start of this applet.

I'll try with different browsers (NS, MSIE but another version and let you know.

Renaud
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