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Java doesn't work on Firefox

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Java works in Internet Explorer but doesn't work in FireFox.

My installed Java-related programs are: Java 7 Update 11 Java 7 Update 11 (64-bit) Java SE Development Kit 7 Update 11 Java SE Development Kit 7 Update 11 (64-bit)

I don't have JavaFX or anything else. I need both kits for Eclipse and other things.

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Hello Infinity8, a new java update is released, Version 7 Update 13 , see : http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

try to update one more time, and see if this solve your issue (at least in windows)


thank you

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It isn't blocked, it just doesn't appear at all in my Add-Ons > Plugin.

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It says a plugin was needed to display this content. I tried installing Java VIA "Missing Plugins..." but it fails.

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الحل المُختار

Hello Infinity8, a new java update is released, Version 7 Update 13 , see : http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

try to update one more time, and see if this solve your issue (at least in windows)


thank you

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I am having exactly the same problem as well.

Java isn't blocked, I have all the up-to-date versions of Java and plug-ins.

My script works fine in IE but not in Firefox (or Chrome either).

Any help greatly appreciated.

PS Java is obviously working as I visit a site that blocks use of "right mouse click" and that is fine. It's just my own Java that isn't working

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Quote: PS Java is obviously working as I visit a site that blocks use of "right mouse click" and that is fine.

To avoid confusion:


You should see an enabled Java plugin in Tools > Add-ons > Plugins and Java should show on the about:plugins page if Java is installed properly.


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Apologies - you are quite right. It is my Javascript that isn't working in Firefox