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    Exclamation Program works in Chrome, but not in Firefox.

    I have a program that displays a family tree, essentially a hierarchical system. When I run it in google chrome, the order of the nodes appears correctly. But in firefox, the nodes get reshuffled every time the page reloads. Is there any way to solve this problem and keep the nodes in their correct orientations?

    Thank you

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    Re: Program works in Chrome, but not in Firefox.

    What sort of a program is it ie is it an Applet, JSP, JSF etc?
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    Re: Program works in Chrome, but not in Firefox.

    a java program (applet) runs under java runtime environment. It has nothing to do with browsers.

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    Re: Program works in Chrome, but not in Firefox.

    a java program (applet) runs under java runtime environment. It has nothing to do with browsers.
    Not strictly true. An applet receives notifications from the browser for init, start, stop and destroy. Also if the applet is interacting with Javascript then the browser is involved.
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