Applet plugin is available at the [applet plugin home page|http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=AppletPlugin] --Sebastian

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Dear Sebastian and/or Andreas...
I was thinking about porting a simple deployment of nfc chat (http://nfcchat.sourceforge.net/) to jspwiki. Having looked at your website [http://www.earthdawn-wiki.de/Wiki.jsp?page=AppletPlugin] I discovered you have a chat running. Are you going to port this to jspwiki? It would exceed what I had planned to do, as it would appear to "archive" the chat transcript to the page. thx!  -- Sherman Mohler [http://www.mycubscouts.us/az322]

The problem with this 'chat' is that it consumes a lot of bandwidth because it just reloads the page in an iframe each second, so if you have some people in the chat the same time, it will bring your server down. If this is no problem for you, I can show you the code. -- SebastianBaltes

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''(20-Jun-2006)'' I just tried the Applet Plugin in a 2.4.11 install and it is failing with the following message:
{{{
Plugin insertion failed: class "com.ecyrd.jspwiki.plugin.Applet"'s signer information does not match signer information of other classes in the same package
}}}
I looked inside the .jar file and it is using the (I think) default JSPWiki Java package, {{com/ecyrd/jspwiki/plugin}}

-- [NascifAbousalhNeto]

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Fixed by changing package names, see attachment at [SebastianBaltes].

-- [NascifAbousalhNeto], 22-Jun-2006


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I'd propose to treat the ''width'' and ''height'' attributes of the applet as strings, not integers. As the values are just copied into the generated HTML there is no need to restrict them to integers. 

This way it becomes possible to use relative sizes, e.g. ''width="100%"''. This is legal HTML but is currently not possible with the AppletPlugin.

Luckily this is just a very small change in {{executeSafe(..)}}:

{{
    // Integer width = parser.getInteger(PARAM_WIDTH, new Integer(300));\\
    // Integer height = parser.getInteger(PARAM_HEIGHT, new Integer(300));\\
    String width = parser.getString(PARAM_WIDTH, null);\\
    String height = parser.getString(PARAM_HEIGHT, null);\\
}}

-- [JensGulden], 2006-10-07