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My JVM didn't ask however if I wanted to use the applet. Instead, the applet just silently did nothing. No errors, no notifications, just a page that didn't function because the applet was never loaded.
What must be done to "trigger" the JVM into asking if I want to run the plugin? Its a signed applet, and already has the browser popups asking if it should be given full control over your machine…
So its a bug then that Lion isn't notifying the user at all that an Applet is present and maybe it should be loaded?
On Jul 25, 2011, at 12:07 PM, Dannes Wessels wrote:
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