Cause Applet to resize itself (in response to page resize) under Netscape?

Is it possible to cause the Applet to resize itself (in response to page resize) under Netscape?
snilesAsked:
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shaveriCommented:
See the following JavaWorld article that details the process:
       http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/javatips/jw-javatip80.html
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snilesAuthor Commented:
Thanks! That's just what I needed.
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snilesAuthor Commented:
Actually, it looks like there's a problem with this. When I implement it, it does seem to work when I resize the applet *smaller* on Netscape, but when I resize it larger, the original footprint in the page for the Java client *does not* expand. So what happens is that as I resize my applet wider and taller, the elements on the right and bottom edge of my applet are clipped from view.

Is there any way around this (other than the rewrite-the-page approach mentioned in the article?

Thanks,
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snilesAuthor Commented:
Actually, it looks like there's a problem with this. When I implement it, it does seem to work when I resize the applet *smaller* on Netscape, but when I resize it larger, the original footprint in the page for the Java client *does not* expand. So what happens is that as I resize my applet wider and taller, the elements on the right and bottom edge of my applet are clipped from view.

Is there any way around this (other than the rewrite-the-page approach mentioned in the article?

Thanks,
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snilesAuthor Commented:
Oops.  Nevermind. I found what was causing this.  It works as advertised now.
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