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Why do I constantly get your message on my screen that FireFox does not work with JAVA

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I use FireFax as a browser. When I go to Pogo I get a message on my screen that it Firefox does not work with Java. I don't want that on my scree as it takes too much space. How can I eliminate it?????

I use FireFax as a browser. When I go to Pogo I get a message on my screen that it Firefox does not work with Java. I don't want that on my scree as it takes too much space. How can I eliminate it?????

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FredMcD
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Make sure your Java (Not JavaScript) is up to date Verify Java and Find Out-of-Date Versions {web link}

Version 8 Update 66 Release date November 16, 2015

Edit: fixed Java version and release date to reduce confusion as it was the previous 65.


Hello,

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Thank you!

Make sure your Java (Not JavaScript) is up to date '''[http://java.com/en/download/installed.jsp Verify Java and Find Out-of-Date Versions]''' {web link} Version 8 Update 66 Release date November 16, 2015 Edit: fixed Java version and release date to reduce confusion as it was the previous 65. --------------- Hello, In order to better assist you with your issue please provide us with a screenshot. If you need help to create a screenshot, please see [[How do I create a screenshot of my problem?]] Once you've done this, attach the saved screenshot file to your forum post by clicking the '''Browse...''' button below the ''Post your reply'' box. This will help us to visualize the problem. Thank you!

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Here is the Screenshot ..

Here is the Screenshot ..
FredMcD
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http://www.pogo.com/

Some websites just don't like Firefox. Have you tried any games?

http://www.pogo.com/ Some websites just don't like Firefox. Have you tried any games?

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Yes, I can play any games but that still takes away a part of my screen. I also use Windows 10. When I use the latest Windows Explorer I get the same message up there.

Yes, I can play any games but that still takes away a part of my screen. I also use Windows 10. When I use the latest Windows Explorer I get the same message up there.

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Yes I an play any of the games but the message takes upspace on my screen. I get the same when I use the latest Windows Explorer in Windows 10.

Yes I an play any of the games but the message takes upspace on my screen. I get the same when I use the latest Windows Explorer in Windows 10.
FredMcD
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Kuphostiwe

Contact their support and ask questions.

Work Around: Right click on the yellow area and select Inspect Element. A new window will open showing the pages program. One line will be highlighted. Right click on that line ans select Delete Node. Now close that window, and have fun.

Contact their support and ask questions. '''Work Around:''' Right click on the yellow area and select '''Inspect Element.''' A new window will open showing the pages program. One line will be highlighted. Right click on that line ans select '''Delete Node.''' Now close that window, and have fun.

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Helps some. The wording is gone but the Yellow Triangle with the exclamation mark remains.

Helps some. The wording is gone but the Yellow Triangle with the exclamation mark remains.
FredMcD
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FredMcD said

Right click on the yellow area . . . .
''FredMcD [[#answer-817259|said]]'' <blockquote> Right click on the yellow area . . . . </blockquote>
jscher2000
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There are some add-ons which let you hide parts of pages that you don't want to see based on a style "selector" identifying that part of the page. The advantage is that they take care of this on every page load, whereas the manual editing only lasts until you reload the page. As shown in the attached screen shot, the selector you could use in Adblock Plus Element Hiding Helper or in Remove it Permanently, or in a custom style rules in Stylish or in a userContent.css files, is:

div.statusMsg

The disadvantage with this approach is that it would always block the message even if there was a different status, for example, some games are down. An alternative approach to address that would be to use something a little more sensitive that can actually read the text in the message and only hide this one. I'm not sure of the best way to approach that, but I might use a Greasemonkey user script in that case.

There are some add-ons which let you hide parts of pages that you don't want to see based on a style "selector" identifying that part of the page. The advantage is that they take care of this on every page load, whereas the manual editing only lasts until you reload the page. As shown in the attached screen shot, the selector you could use in Adblock Plus Element Hiding Helper or in Remove it Permanently, or in a custom style rules in Stylish or in a userContent.css files, is: div.statusMsg The disadvantage with this approach is that it would always block the message even if there was a different status, for example, some games are down. An alternative approach to address that would be to use something a little more sensitive that can actually read the text in the message and only hide this one. I'm not sure of the best way to approach that, but I might use a Greasemonkey user script in that case.

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That will be a problem for you to slve. I am sure there are thousands of other users of your program that are suffering the same situation as I am.

That will be a problem for you to slve. I am sure there are thousands of other users of your program that are suffering the same situation as I am.
jscher2000
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bquinn said

That will be a problem for you to slve. I am sure there are thousands of other users of your program that are suffering the same situation as I am.

Not for me to solve, I'm just a support volunteer, working with the Firefox we have today.

While there are many Pogo users who prefer Firefox, I don't think Firefox will be changed to block one message on one website that could change at any time. And if it is changed, that would probably be in 2016. So if it really gets intolerable, a workaround is your best bet.

''bquinn [[#answer-817434|said]]'' <blockquote> That will be a problem for you to slve. I am sure there are thousands of other users of your program that are suffering the same situation as I am. </blockquote> Not for ''me'' to solve, I'm just a support volunteer, working with the Firefox we have today. While there are many Pogo users who prefer Firefox, I don't think Firefox will be changed to block one message on one website that could change at any time. And if it is changed, that would probably be in 2016. So if it really gets intolerable, a workaround is your best bet.