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Don't know why but when I......
go to site and use "how do I access settings panel" and get to the page with links, each link just brings the text information about that type of panel. Does NOT bring up interactive panel.
Is this 'cause I'm visiting the site using Mozilla?
( Note: I use Mozilla to play PopCap games on line which uses Flash Player into browser with no problems.)
How do I access these settings locally, not on net?
I'm using Suns Java V. 142_07 (latest).
Any ideas?? Thanks in Advance!
tobeach, do you have Flash Player installed?
I have Macromedia Shockwave Player
If you do not have you can download manually from http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash
Try to verify your Mozilla plug-ins for Flash Player too.
Screenshot using Mozilla Suite : http://img233.exs.cx/img233/6867/moz9vc.jpg
I visited the links using IE, Firefox, Mozilla & Opera and all can be viewed and configured.
BTW, the lastest version of Sun Java RunTime Environment is now 1.4.2_08-b03
You can download it manually from http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/download.html
Note: Do not run the Java Plug-in updater to update your Sun Java because it will download/install v1.5 (AKA v5) instead of the latest 1.4.2_08. Even if you want to upgrade to v1.5 (AKA v5) of Sun Java JRE, UNINSTALL first the old version then download the lastest version.
Donna - I have both ...
1.4.2_08 and v1.5 - Would you recommend I uninstall one or both (and start again) - with 1.4.2x ...
Uninstall one of them Jake but verify first.
First, verify which version of Java is in use by your browser. If you do not have problem with the detected version of Java, you can proceed in removing the other version. Close any open windows/browser before removal of the other Java.
Donna - How do you determine which version is in use:
I'm using FireFox 1.0.2, Mozilla 1.7.6 and IE 6.0 - it seems that "some of each" java version is in use ... is it advisable to uninstall both versions and reinstall just one ... if so, which one?
Here is one way to tell which
one is being used Jake. Just click on this link and let the page load and the little dancing java guy will tell you which version is being used. It's a test that Sun has rigged up.
I used the "tool" - and configured all browsers to run with the newest 1.5 "something" - thanks
You're welcome Jake, that is the same
I think I'm
Seeing the same thing Tobeach is seeing.
Flash player 7.0.19
I can go to the site and bring up the screens to make adjustments,,,but
Are these adjustments being made to my local settings? (if there is such a thing)
Are these adjustments being made to a fresh install of flash player?
To specify privacy settings for all websites, use the Global Privacy Settings Panel.
To specify privacy settings for individual websites, use the Website Privacy Settings Panel.
Adjustments are done in the Flash Player that our system have installed. Not only to fresh installation.
Hi, Donna! Yes, I do have .......
Shockwave Flash Player v.7.0,19,0 direct from Macromedia showing in IE BUT you're right when I check Mozillas "About plug-ins" I don't see Flash, only PopCap loader and half a dozen assorted Java plug-ins for Mozilla. How can I get Moz. to recognise existing Flash or will I require another install making 2 in total?
Suprising since popcap uses flash to play in browser and says you need such to play and I do so via Mozilla. They note flash compatable wiith Mozilla, Opera etc. I'm just very suspicious of a 3rd party supplied Active-X.
Thanks for the tip on Java update to -08-b03. I currently have J2RESE 142_07-b05. Should I uninst & inst new _08 or just overlay the instal of new? Usually I've un-installed first. Thanks for you time!
(NT) AHA A !! Have done _08. Thanks, Donna !