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Keeing a JFrame opened from a JApplet open after the JApplet is closed.

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Is this possible to do?  To keep a JFrame spawned from a JApplet open after the Japplet is closed?

Thanks experts.

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Question by:kesea
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by:objects
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try making the frame referenced by a static variable.
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by:CEHJ
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No
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by:objects
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though you cannot guarantee it will stay around forever.
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by:objects
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how exactly is the applet getting closed?
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by:kesea
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It is getting closed by leaving the page that it is on, and going to another page.  Can I make it so that the Browser owns the Frame instead of the applet? (I want it to close if the Browser get's closed.)
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by:objects
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you can put an applet on the page that it is going to, and have that applet (re)display your frame.
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by:kesea
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Wouldn't I lose all my information though?  Is it possible to have a static applet for the browser?  So I just create it once and then it is open until they close their browser?
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by:objects
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> Wouldn't I lose all my information though?

you would need to save it somehow. What does the frame contain?

>  Is it possible to have a static applet for the browser?  
> So I just create it once and then it is open until they close their browser?

no
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armoghan earned 2000 total points
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One way could be to keep everything on a Main frame instead of the applet and somehow keep the applet invisible on main HTML page. and spawn every frame from your main frame.
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by:CEHJ
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kesea - have you got that suggestion working btw?
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