Java Applets in stationery

Posted on 2005-03-22
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I want to use a java applet in my stationerys but don't know how to define the
widht and height of the applet. I've found how to enter parameters but not the width and height.
Can someone help me ?
Question by:jphermans
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Expert Comment

ID: 13605656
Why would you want to do something as odd as that?

Author Comment

ID: 13605682
I just want an nice applet in my mails like a flag or something or a turning
clock. That's all.
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ID: 13605739
That's selfish.  You are making the e-Mail network and your recipients' mail files and client swalow the overhead of a Java applet, just for this trick.  Believe me, not many will appreciate it.

Also, a turning flag would be better suited to a GIF file than a Java applet.  Somewhat less overhead, but stil, I doubt it is appreciated.

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