will take you to the JaveAppletplugin.plugin page and from there you can navigate to the download page for the version that you need.
While trying to use a program which required a different version of Java than the one that was running on my Mac, I came across a solution that said I had to delete javaAppletPlugin.plugin in order to fix my issue.
Lo and behold that did nothing and just made things worse. I apparently NEED that to run any java applications on my computer, and there seems to be 0 resources anywhere on a working solution to get it back. Im currently running High Sierra 10.13.5. If anyone could provide a solution to get javaAppletplugin.plugin back on my computer I would be extremely grateful.
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