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Yes, in 10.7 it stopped working. It worked in 10.6. Just tried it again now in Safari 5.1.5 and I get nothing.
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 12:07:02 -0400
From: Joshua Smith <email@hidden>
To: Java-Dev Mailing List <email@hidden>
Subject: Re: Apple turning off Java applets as default?
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Have you tested your invisible applet case? In one case where I used an invisible Applet (width=height=1), I still could see the "Inactive Plug-in" message.
On Apr 13, 2012, at 11:47 AM, Ben Spink wrote:
Java is a nuisance to Apple, they would rather is just go away and people start writing in Objective C.
So having a disabled invisible applet means the user will never even know it existed, and they can't enable it.
And no drag and drop to the browser? Java is dying on OS X, and Apple is making it happen.
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