ok, the quackit code makes a beautiful popup new window, but - of course it is the browser window, not the java window
so it doesnt react to resizing... otherwise quite workable.
JFrame ends up doing nearly the same thing, no dynamic resize, just makes a new frame inside the window.
Thank you for the ideas all the same!
Ok my wording is wrong - i guess it's not a browser window, it's a java (application?)
launched from the browser window...
there must be an easy way: http://www.gokgs.com/
They seem to know how to do this.
You login, then it pops open a movable, resizable game lobby ON TO THE WORKSPACE. How do they do it?
I tried to make the new JFrame like so, from inside the main applet:
popFrame = new JFrame("pop");
panel = new SlicksPanel();
but it does not make a window on the workspace, it is still inside the browser.