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Dark_Side

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Hello,

Ok, using Mozilla FireFox as my browser and Javascripts are not working on websites. I checked my settings and Java, Java Script and Active X IS ENABLED. When clicking on a link that needs Java, nothing happens and I have the latest version of Java btw.

Anyone know what the problem is? :tazz:
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May be worth checking the java control panel settings. Open Control panel. There should be an icon labelled 'Java'. Open it. Click the 'Advanced' tab.
In the menu, expand the item '<APPLET>tag support'
Now make sure Mozilla Firefox is ticked. If not, click it's tick-box.

Edited by pip22, 25 July 2005 - 12:56 PM.

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May be worth checking the java control panel settings. Open Control panel. There should be an icon labelled 'Java'. Open it. Click the 'Advanced' tab.
In the menu, expand the item '<APPLET>tag support'
Now make sure Mozilla Firefox is ticked. If not, click it's tick-box.

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I clicked on my java and nothing happened? why is this
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I was having the same problem but I fixed it by changing the Java settings in my Windows XP Pro Control Panel. .


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Edited by kenwitkin, 11 August 2005 - 10:37 AM.

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