The problem is that I converted all my html pages with the Html converter, to use the java Plug-in to direct my applets to run using Sun's Java 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (JRE) instead of the web browser's default virtual machine.
The tag <APPLET> use the attribute ARCHIVE="myjars.jar", the HTML converter changes it to <OBJECT> with the param <PARAM NAME="ARCHIVE" VALUE="myjars.jar">. This work fine, but I don't want to use This jar file anymore, instead I want to use my classpath, in D:\Classes. Is there a way to tell the plug-in that my classes are in D:\Classes?. I tried with the Java Plug.in Control Panel, In the label Basic in the field Java Run TimeParameters to write -cp D:\Classes but it still throws an FileNotFoundException referring to my class file.