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Posted on 2002-07-29
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I have a JOptionPane which displays an error string.

Now once the JOptionPane appears it has a funny display on the end of it saying "Java Applet Window". This looks very very wierd.

How can I get rid of it???

Need real help.

thanx in advance.

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you'd have to sign your applet to make that go away.
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what do you mean? and how do I do that if i could?

regards,

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Alternately if you ensure it pops up inside the bounds of the applet it may not display the message.
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Objects it does display in the bounds of the applet but still it shows this message.

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