[X3D-Public] Xj3D Applet

JOHN COADY johncoady at shaw.ca
Mon Nov 22 19:44:02 PST 2010


I put together a couple of websites that use Xj3D applet earlier this year.



They worked fine on my Windows XP machine on a number of browsers, IE , Firefox, and Chrome.

To get them to work you should have a current version of Java running on your system. You can check your java version here.


If you have a current version of the Java Runtime installed on your machine and it still doesn't work, then you should probably check that Java Applets are working in general on your machine. Some internet security programs such as Norton Internet Security can be configured to prevent java applets from running on a web page. 

The Xj3D Applet uses just java and does not use JavaFX. My understanding is that JavaFX script will be deprecated by Oracle in the next release and will just use Java instead.

----- Original Message -----
From: JO Jansson <jojan at lightmotion.se>
Date: Sunday, November 21, 2010 7:57 am
Subject: [X3D-Public] Xj3D Applet
To: x3d-public at web3d.org

> Hello!
> Where can I find a working source code for a Xj3D based applet (Java
> applet web plugin)? I saw an example, but I couldn't get it to 
> work. My
> problem is that I don't know to use the Xj3D superclass, when 
> using the
> applet superclass already. Is it possible to use an interface?
> Is Xj3D using JavaFX?
> // Best Regards JO Janson
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