I have found some interesgting websites which have excellent java applets that explain physics theory. I could only view those webpages when attached to the internet, but then I learned I could download the *.class file related to the applet and then I would be able to open the webpage without being online.
The previous method has worked so far for many applets I wanted to save in my computer (to show them to my students in class), but there are some others I cannot get to work properly, even having the *.class file in the same directory where the saved webpage is. Do you have any idea of what is going on?
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You don't have the html to run the applet.
The applet has one or more .class files and you don't have them all.
There's security contained in the applet(for example, checking to see that it is run from the makers domain).
I would say you …
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Hmm. After looking at it I would tend to think it's in multiple classes. Is there an error you recieve while trying to run it? Down in the task bar(bottom right), look and see if there is a coffee mug icon. If there is, right-click on it and select show …
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