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Does Firefox support java applets if the "Next generation plugin" is disabled via the Java plugin control panel.

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I'm still trying to get a definitive answer to this question. My applet is not "Next Generation compliant". When we run our applet in Internet Explorer it runs fine as long as we disable the "Next Generation Plugin" via the Java plugin control panel. However our applet does not run in Firefox if the "next generation applet" is disabled.

Is it a requirement that if I want to run an applet in Firefox 3.6.x or higher that the "next generation plugin" be enabled via the Java plugin control panel.

I'm still trying to get a definitive answer to this question. My applet is not "Next Generation compliant". When we run our applet in Internet Explorer it runs fine as long as we disable the "Next Generation Plugin" via the Java plugin control panel. However our applet does not run in Firefox if the "next generation applet" is disabled. Is it a requirement that if I want to run an applet in Firefox 3.6.x or higher that the "next generation plugin" be enabled via the Java plugin control panel.

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Current Firefox versions (3.6 and later) can only run Java applets via the Next Generation plugin.

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Current Firefox versions (3.6 and later) can only run Java applets via the Next Generation plugin.

Current Firefox versions (3.6 and later) can only run Java applets via the Next Generation plugin. *http://java.com/en/download/help/new_plugin.xml
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Same information link that I gave in your other post --> https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/questions/895081?s=applet&r=0&as=s

Same information link that I gave in your other post --> https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/questions/895081?s=applet&r=0&as=s

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Thanks for the response!

Thanks for the response!