Remove Java Applet Window?

How can I remove the text: Java Applet Window at the bottom of an AWT dialog?  

I have a self signed Java applet. I can write to local file with this applet.  I thought this is enough to not show this applet window text.  Unfortunately, when I open a dialog window, this window's "Java Applet Window" text does not go away.  And it is even in some system color that is different from the one I set backgrond to.

Why?
akoifmanAsked:
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CEHJCommented:
Can't be done
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objectsCommented:
it shouldn't appear, what version of java are you running?
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akoifmanAuthor Commented:
I am using v1.5 or later.

Will the commercial certificate from a CA remove this label?
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objectsCommented:
should do, do you get the text on all frames/dialogs?
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ariohCommented:
you can remove "Java Applet Window" by adding the following text to .java.policy file in the user's home directory

grant codeBase "<codebase of your applet>" {
  permission java.awt.AWTPermission "showWindowWithoutWarningBanner";
};

or you can use the "policytool" to do the same
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akoifmanAuthor Commented:
Hi Arioh,

Can I do this programatically?  My applet when loaded may run on LINUX or Windows.  Do I have to go user's home directory and add these lines?

Thanks.
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ariohCommented:
You can do it programatically only if your applet has permissions to write files on user's system.
If no - it can be done only manually.
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