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We can open a new broswer with the following method :
   getAppletContext().showDocument(URL, target);
But, Can we adjust the new browser size?
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Yes this can be done in NN with LiveConnect
(java script objects)
Netscape's LiveConnect feature allows you to use JavaScript
methods and objects so you can do it with
javascript window.open() method.
NN3,NN4,MIE4 only.
References Netscape packages:
http://home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/3.0/handbook/javascript/packages.htm#1003191

example:
JSObject win = JSObject.getWindow(this);
win.eval("window.open('blah','blah','blah')");

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use macromedia dreamweaver, under behaviors
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