Please try the applet again
Date: Sat, 15 May 2004 10:59:26 +1000
Many were reporting "Stack over". I found that my container could handle the
amount generated by the page.
I am using a slow pentium (550MHz), the problem never showed.
After examining a couple stack traces people sent, I have corrected the
Thanks for reporting the problems.
I'd always thought that it worked just a bit too well on my machine.
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