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How does one detect if an applet is loaded when a user clicks a button so that the 'Applet not loaded' error does not appear?
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Question by:spivey042698
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by:percyn
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One way is to not display the buttons (in your applet) until the applet is completely loaded.
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kollegov earned 50 total points
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Nope, percyn, problem is in attempt to call applet methods
before applet actually loaded. As applet can continue loading after page itself loaded, you can't call it's methods before
applet will be completly loaded, this causes errors.

Unfortunatly, there is no good solution for this.
But I partitioally solved this problem with MY OWN applets.
you will find some examples in 'Between' section of my site
at http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/lakes/8620

Well the Idea is following:
in applet I have boolean variable
boolean isReady=false;
at the end of
applet init() method I set it to true;
After this checking in JavaScript looks so:
(reader is applet NAME attribute)

if(document.reader)
   {if(document.reader.ready)
     {if(document.reader.ready==true)
       { //Do here what you need
         //........
       }
     }  
   }

Well, you see this suppose that you write applet in this way.
If you do not make applet yourself, and use some 'ready' one as is, you can try to find some public variable in this applet which
initialized in init() method and use this variable using same
way.

You will find this example working in my
filereader applet.
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