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Remove applet name from IE status bar

Posted on 2006-07-13
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We have a Java applet on a web page. On Internet Explorer, the full package name of the applet is shown on the status bar of the browser. For example "Applet com.xyz.MyApplet started". Is it possible to remove this sentence from the status bar? Our client does not want to see the company name ("xyz" in this case) being shown on the status bar. Removing the package of the Applet class does not seem like a good idea to us.
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ksivananth earned 50 total points
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give some name to the applet so that the name will be displayed instead the fully qualified applet calls name.

use the name attribute of the applet tag.
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Thanks, it works.
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