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Tab navigation failure with Java Plug-In

Posted on 2003-03-10
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My Applet no longer allows tab navigation between fields if it is accessed in a browser that uses a Java Plug-In.  Has anyone heard of such a problem?  Is there a remedy?

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by:antonsigur
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Are you using some sort of KeyListener in the boxes that mabe eats up the tab key if it is pressed?
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by:auvillem
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No KeyListener.

The Tab key works in browsers without the plugin (Netscape) and I've even seen in work with the plugin in an older IE browser.
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Oracle posted a new version of the Java Plug-in in April-May that resolved my problem without any modifications to my applet.
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