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Thread: How do you add a barrier around your applet so nothing goes out of the applet?

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    Default How do you add a barrier around your applet so nothing goes out of the applet?

    What is the code so that nothing can leave the applet?

    Sorry if this is not in the right section but thanks!

    By what I mean also, if you don't understand, is I mean how can you make it so that nothing can leave the applet and when you try to go within the applets capabilities there is a "barrier" so that nothing leaves the applet?

    Thanks again!


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    Default Re: How do you add a barrier around your applet so nothing goes out of the applet?

    I have no idea what you're asking. What are you trying to prevent from "leaving the applet"? What exactly does that even mean?

    By the way, this is the completely wrong forum for this question. I'll move the thread for you.

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