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Mozilla makes an MRJ Plugin available from http://www.mozilla.org/oji/MRJPlugin.html. It supports Netscape 4.x and Netscape 6 browsers.more
I wrote an Applet which writes in a MS Access Database using ODBC. Now I would like to write into this MS Access Database from an Apple (Mac), but Apple don´t know ODBC.... Any ideas how I ca...more
1. Get the public beta for MacOS X from http://store.apple.com. 2. Download JBuilder 3.5 Foundation from http://www.borland.com/jbuilder. 3. Visit this site and follow the directions for instal...more
If you are running MRJ, then you are not using Mac OS X and so you will not be getting the Aqua Look and Feel. The latest version of the MRJ (2.2.3 as of September 2000) corresponds to JDK 1.1.8. ...more
How can I make right-clicks work on both NT and on a Macintosh? The Mac should work with control-click.
Check for isPopupTrigger() in mousePressed(MouseEvent e) as well as in mouseReleased(MouseEvent e). Some platforms treat the "right-press" as the trigger for a popup menu, while others ...more
At a very minimum you'll need a decent text editor, BBEdit is one of the best, and the Mac OS Runtime for Java(MRJ) SDK. With this set of tools you will be able to edit your source code and compi...more
Are there any mailing lists focused on Java development on the Macintosh using MRJ (the Macintosh Runtime for Java)?
The MRJ-Dev mailing list is for developers using the MacOS Runtime for Java (MRJ).
There is an example Building a Zoo Kiosk tutorial available from Apple.
You can download both a Windows and Mac version from http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/qtjava/installation.html.more
Apple makes them available online at http://qtj.apple.com/pub/doc/packages.html.
You can try the Java on the Macintosh, MRJ FAQ for the MRJ-DEV mailing list, and Apple's own Technical Notes.more
Yes it does. If you are having trouble, you should see this tech tip from Apple: http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn1155.html Also take a look at: http://developer.apple.com/qa/java/ja...more
These look and feels are locked to only work on their native operating system. Sun felt there were copyright-related issues with running these on other than their native operating system. If you ...more