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How to store the java applet emebedded in a web page for offline
viewing?
I saved the web page but it got saved without the applet.and also I
searched for the corressponding .class file for the applet while I was
viewing the webpage online but I got no reference of it on my local
drive.
regds,
Yogesh Joshi
Jul 17 '05 #1
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yogesh wrote:
How to store the java applet emebedded in a web page for offline
viewing?

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Using a web browser. This is a bit off-topic here - try a 'group
related to your browser that you couldn't be bothered to identify here.

Stewart.

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Newsreaders allow you to address a single message to more than one
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yp*********@indiatimes.com (yogesh) wrote in message news:<f8**************************@posting.google. com>...
How to store the java applet emebedded in a web page for offline
viewing?
I saved the web page but it got saved without the applet.and also I
searched for the corressponding .class file for the applet while I was
viewing the webpage online but I got no reference of it on my local
drive.
regds,
Yogesh Joshi


What I usually do is completely delete all of my temporary internet
files (presuming you are using internet explorer). I then open up the
online version of the web site that I want to take the applet from.
Once the applet has loaded close the page again. Then go to your
tempory internet files and all of the files that you need for that
particular web page will be there, including the class file for the
applet (Note: it may not have a .class extension). You can then use
an applet viewer to view it, or embed it in a .htm file

Steve
Jul 17 '05 #4

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