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Java Update Prompt in Chrome

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I am running Google Chrome on my laptop and using Java 7 update 10. Unfortunately, the most current version of Java isn't compatible with some of my work applications so I can't update. The problem is that every time I try to do something in Chrome that uses Java I get a prompt at the top of the screen asking me to "Update" or "Run This Time". It is kind of a nuisance to have to do it every screen as I navigate around in these apps. Is there a way to disable/ignore this? I would appreciate any help.

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Check the following article, the last option Always allowed isn't a very good idea in terms of security.
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