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    Is there a way to add a website link inside a (Stand-alone Java Internet Applet)?

    Is there a way to add a website link inside a (Stand-alone Java Internet Applet)?

    I want a active object to collide into another active object and let that function launch a link.
    Any extensions have to be Java compatible. Also a link to a extension would be great.

    Thanks
    Kreeddem.

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    Any chance anyone can help us out, I really want to start my project.

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    I don't know of a Java object to do this.

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    damn it this is really gutting stuff to hear about.

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    You don't need an extension. Use Execute External Program.
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    Thats for the information man but this only works in MMF2 if you test your application, if you build it and run it in a browser it fails to work. It's really a shame had really high hopes for a project I was going to use with this.

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    What build of MMF2 do you use?
    Working as fast as I can on Fusion 3

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    I have the latest R254 or something???

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    Theres defo no way around this is there?

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    Try Vitalize object, running an external program, File object's Run Program, Open URLs object, or nagging an developers like Yves/Francois who really should have programmed such a basic feature about it

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