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diffirent behaviour between IE40  and Navigator 404

Posted on 1998-06-28
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I write some code :import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.*;

public class j2 extends Applet
{
      Button bt=new Button("Quit");
      TextArea ta=new TextArea(" ");
           public void init()
      {
       
              add(bt);
              add(ta);
                  resize(420, 240);
      }

      public boolean handleEvent(Event evt)
      {
      switch(evt.id)
      {
      case Event.MOUSE_DOWN :
            if(evt.metaDown())
             ta.appendText("Mouse right down\r\n");
            else
             ta.appendText("Mouse down\r\n");
      return true;
      default :
            return false;
      }
}


}
in Navigator when I click right button at anywhere in the applet a property sheet and a string "Mouse right down" appear (it mean I can handle that event)
but in IE40 if I click right button on "Quit" button or on text area string "Mouse right down " doesn't appear .
what wrong with my code ?
Thanks in advance.
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tungsim,

Check your IE4 settings.  I compiled this (JDK 1.1.6), put it on a page and it ran fine in IE4 (ver. 4.72.2106.8).

You do, however, need to update the deprecated methods in the applet.

appendText is now append.

handleEvent has also been deprecated with the changes to the 1.1 event model.  The JDK docs tell how to convert.

The applet does indeed run well on IE4, so I would look toward browser/machine/system settings for an answer.

Rick Price
r_price@mailexcite.com
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