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Resize the applet to the browser size

Posted on 2000-05-08
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Hi,
How can I find the widh and height of the owner browser window(netscape/IE)  from my awt 1.1 applet to resize the width and
height of the applet to the same of the browser window ?

Its to perform the applet to be resized when the browser window is resized.

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 The following will do it in IE.

 <applet code=xxx.class width = "100%" height = "100%" > </applet>

 Use the "%" in width and height parameter.
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