Documentation API of the 'vmm3d.xm3d.LauncherApplet' Java class
LauncherApplet
vmm3d.xm3d

Class LauncherApplet

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    ImageObserver, MenuContainer, Serializable, Accessible, RootPaneContainer


    public class LauncherAppletextends JApplet
    An applet that appears on a web page as a single button. Clicking the button will open a 3D-XPlorMath window. An applet parameter can be used to specify an Exhibit that should be shown in the window when it opens. There are some other applet parameters as well, as shown in this table. Note that all params are optional.
    Param NameMeaning
    ExhibitEither the full name of an Exhibit class
    or the file name for a settings file;
    a settings file name must end in .xml.
    The settings file can be either a resource or
    an actual file in the same directory as the
    HTML document that contains the applet tag.
    SingleExhibitThis is ignored unless an Exhibit param
    is present and the Exhibit loads without error.
    If present with value equal to "yes",
    then the Exhibit and Gallery menus are omitted./td>
    SingleGalleryThis is ignored unless an Exhibit param
    is present and the Exhibit loads without error.
    It is also ignored if SingleExhibit has value "yes".
    If present with value equal to "yes",
    then the Gallery menus are omitted.
    LocaleThe value must be a two-letter language code.
    The specified langauge is used for localization in I18n
    OpenCommandif present, this string is used as the
    name of the button; if absent, the name is
    obtained by looking up the localized string
    with key 3dxm.LauncherApplet.OpenCommand
    CloseCommandif present, this string is used as the
    name of the button after the window is opened; if absent,
    the name is obtained by looking up the localized
    string with key 3dxm.LauncherApplet.OpenCommand
    See Also:
    Serialized Form

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