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    Hello everyone,

    I am currently working on a project and i want to make a webclient. I already Jarred and signed the client (set the main-class to loader too), however when i open the client i get a error_game_js5connect. I have set the server ip in the loader.java to my no-ip adress and the cache was working before so nothing there too.

    When i put the client on 000webhost with this html code:

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    <html>
    <title>
    My Webclient
    </title>
    <body style="background-color: #000000" onbeforeunload="javascript<b></b>:alert('Be sure your account is logged out before closing this page!');">
    <applet name="MY TITLE" width="100%" height="100%" archive="MY DROPBOX DOWNLOAD LINK" code="Loader.class" mayscript="">
    <param name="worldid" value="2"/>
    <param name="members" value="1"/>
    <param name="modewhat" value="2"/>
    <param name="modewhere" value="2"/>
    <param name="safemode" value="1"/>
    <param name="lang" value="0"/>
    <param name="affid" value="0"/>
    <param name="settings" value="ROEqp2kbj*NX9PSCbdgpOvokkMwrCkXjg3c6KXgaLZY"/>
    <param name="cookieprefix" value=""/>
    <param name="cookiehost" value=".google.com"/>
    <param name="plug" value="0"/>
    <param name="<acronym title="JavaScript">js</acronym>" value="1"/>
    <param name="game" value="0"/>
    <param name="colourid" value="0"/>
    </applet>
    </body>
    </html>
    I somehow get a black screen without anything loading at all.

    New to the getting it online part (only played locally)... so i am not sure what i am doing wrong....
     

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    It's 2020, web clients aren't a thing anymore.
    "Java applets were introduced in the first version of the Java language, which was released in 1995. Beginning in 2013, major web browsers began to phase out support for the underlying technology applets used to run, with applets becoming completely unable to be run by 2015–2017. Java applets were deprecated since Java 9 in 2017 and removed from Java SE 11 (18.9), released in September 2018."

    Also, stop using 000webhost.
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    Try running with IE and Java 8 or replacing with modern technology.
     

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    Ok just a waste of time asking out here i see... Not the "community" it used to be.. You COULD share what i should do instead of getting all arrogant.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habbyso View Post
    Ok just a waste of time asking out here i see... Not the "community" it used to be.. You COULD share what i should do instead of getting all arrogant.
    lmao you just been told the reason and some1 already gave you a suggestion above what to do.....
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by khayam View Post
    lmao you just been told the reason and some1 already gave you a suggestion above what to do.....
    Then you sure don't know how arrogant people talk.... Or how sarcasm works... A solution of using internet explorer with jdk 1.8 is obviously sarcasm (trolling). And maybe instead of only telling people what they are doing wrong, help them out a bit. Another community just helped me out without getting cocky.

    He could have just said: People nowadays don't use webclients anymore because of a big safety hazard within them. U can make people just download your client.jar so they can play it.
     

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    No one was arrogant or disrespectful. They were strictly informative. If you're getting upset when you received the information you asked for, then maybe this isn't the right place for you.
    DDOS PROTECTED WEB & VPS AT AN AFFORDABLE COST
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habbyso View Post
    He could have just said: People nowadays don't use webclients anymore because of a big safety hazard within them. U can make people just download your client.jar so they can play it.
    I could have said that but that wouldn't be true. The issue is more complicated than that. Furthermore if I had said that I wouldn't have been answering your actual question, which is how to run a webclient. My solution above while not ideal for obvious reasons does work, which is more than I can say for the one you have suggested we told you which didn't answer your actual question at all.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habbyso View Post
    Ok just a waste of time asking out here i see... Not the "community" it used to be.. You COULD share what i should do instead of getting all arrogant.
    I wouldn't say it was a waste of time. You asked how to do something, I said you can't. You'd still be trying and not knowing it you didn't ask. No you know it's not possible with modern browsers.

    Don't be so salty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habbyso View Post
    Then you sure don't know how arrogant people talk.... Or how sarcasm works... A solution of using internet explorer with jdk 1.8 is obviously sarcasm (trolling). And maybe instead of only telling people what they are doing wrong, help them out a bit. Another community just helped me out without getting cocky.

    He could have just said: People nowadays don't use webclients anymore because of a big safety hazard within them. U can make people just download your client.jar so they can play it.
    How was that sarcasm? Fire Cape's answer does work iirc. If you're here for sarcasm then you're at the wrong address.
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