Once an applet is created, if I incorporate it into a design, where is the swf file served from, your server or ours?
The SWF files can’t be served from our server. Once the applet is created, you must download it and then put upload it into your own server. Q : Sometimes, the Flash or Java applet disappears on my browser or the memory runs out. I’m using Macintosh with OS 9 A : This is because you have allocated too little memory to your browser. In OS 9.x you need to go to “Get Info” in the Apple icon and change the memory allocation. If you are using OS X the memory is automatically increased when needed. Q : I get a gray box or a white box when trying to edit an applet. A : You are probably missing the Java Virtual Machine on your browser. Note that Internet Explorer 6 doesn’t include the Java VM by default. You must download it from one of the download locations at this page. If you are a Mac OS X user, note that you must run the applet in the Macintosh Classic Environment, due to extensive bugs in the Java Virtual Machine in Mac OS X. You can also use Sun’s Java plugin if you want to, it will wo