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Java applet freezes while loading on Firefox on Mac OS 10.9

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I am using Mac OS 10.9.4 with Firefox 32 and Java 7 update 67. The java applet freezes while loading for the first time. On double clicking, it loads successfully. Once the applet gets loaded then it loads successfully until the web-page is refreshed or cache is cleared. I don't see any error message or any errors in the java console logs. Any help on this issue, apart from the double click work around? Any permanent solution?

I am using Mac OS 10.9.4 with Firefox 32 and Java 7 update 67. The java applet freezes while loading for the first time. On double clicking, it loads successfully. Once the applet gets loaded then it loads successfully until the web-page is refreshed or cache is cleared. I don't see any error message or any errors in the java console logs. Any help on this issue, apart from the double click work around? Any permanent solution?

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Hi vijagg, In your addon settings do you have ask to activate selected for Java?

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This delay can also happen when Java has been unloaded from memory and needs to be reloaded from disk and (re)initialized. You may be tight on available (free) memory if this happens all the time.

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Hi guigs2,

Java is enabled in the browser.

Thanks

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Hi Cor-el,

I am facing this issue only on Firefox. Safari is doing well with Java Applet. Are you talking about tight memory on Firefox specifically? If yes, how can I verify that?

Thanks