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Events of Applets

Posted on 2000-03-12
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When I load an applet from the HTML page, I want to know the exact moment where the applet has fully been loaded.

I've tried using "onreadystatechange" event, which works on elements like a table.

Is there an event on an applet object that is raised when applet is fully loaded ?
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<SCRIPT>
 function isAppletReady(a) {
    return a.isActive();
    }
 </SCRIPT>

 <FORM>
 <INPUT TYPE=button
       VALUE="Check applet"
      onClick="if (!isAppletReady(document.applets[0])) alert("not ready");" >
 </FORM>

Here you go this will tell you if the applet is ready.
I recomend you change certian things to match the look of your site.

As for Applet events public void Start()
is called when the applets starts.
Hope this helps.
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