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Does JFC (Swing) run on IE (4.0) ?

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I wounder is there way to run Swing on IE ?  If so, can you tell me how to setup the enviroment for running swing on IE.
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Yeah, you just have to set the following enviorment:

Swing_Home={your swing path}

Classpath=%CLASSPATH%;%Swing_Home%/swingall.jar

I assume you are using Windows95/98/NT

IE will just run with no problem.  It works for me for IE 4.0.
 
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Hi andrewma,

Yes, you can run Swing on IE. Go to the URL below for detailed steps of how to do so.

http://java.sun.com:80/products/jfc/swingdoc-current/applets.html#SettingUpIE
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Great !!
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