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need someone that can help me on Java Applets

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i'm Lyeez......
I'm really desprate to know how to create an applet about
RTF (Text Editor).....
It simply look like the RTF that been using in major web based email when you composed an email...
(hotmail,yahoo,etc...)
really need some one to help
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There is a Stylepad demo in the JDK...

That does a similar thing (I think) to what you want, but as an application, so you just need to change the main class, and the class for the frame to an applet...

Good Luck!!

Tim.
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you better find a JBuilder...got alots of demo there
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