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java at firefox 64bit

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Why we can't install any java release 32 or 64 bit at any firefox 64bit?

Why any firefox 64bit release DOESN'T support any java release 32 or 64bit?

Is there any chance to install any java release to any firefox 64bit release?

And what is the reason that mozilla make blacklist java(Any release) at firefox 64bit????????

WHY?????

Why we can't install any java release 32 or 64 bit at any firefox 64bit? Why any firefox 64bit release DOESN'T support any java release 32 or 64bit? Is there any chance to install any java release to any firefox 64bit release? And what is the reason that mozilla make blacklist java(Any release) at firefox 64bit???????? WHY?????

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James
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1596 izisombululo 11248 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

The Win64 Firefox only has 64-bit Flash Player and Silverlight Plugins white listed to run.

If you want to run other Plugins in Firefox on Windows you need 32-bit Firefox and 32-bit Plugins.

Besides Oracle is in process of depreciating their vulnerable Java Plugin. https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free

The Win64 Firefox only has 64-bit Flash Player and Silverlight Plugins white listed to run. If you want to run other Plugins in Firefox on Windows you need 32-bit Firefox and 32-bit Plugins. Besides Oracle is in process of depreciating their vulnerable Java Plugin. https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free

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Sorry but THIS IS NOT A SOLUTION.

Sorry but THIS IS NOT A SOLUTION.
philipp
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5306 izisombululo 23424 izimpendulo
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hi Gregory, mozilla has announced that it will generally drop support for npapi plugins like java at the end of the year: https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2015/10/08/npapi-plugins-in-firefox/

since win64 firefox is a relatively new product support for those plugins wasn't added in the first place, so there won't be a solution you're looking for. being dependent on java means having to use the regular firefox 32bit for the next months...

hi Gregory, mozilla has announced that it will generally drop support for npapi plugins like java at the end of the year: https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2015/10/08/npapi-plugins-in-firefox/ since win64 firefox is a relatively new product support for those plugins wasn't added in the first place, so there won't be a solution you're looking for. being dependent on java means having to use the regular firefox 32bit for the next months...
James
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1596 izisombululo 11248 izimpendulo
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Gregory said

Sorry but THIS IS NOT A SOLUTION.

That is the way it is. The 64-bit (Win64) Firefox for Windows has only existed for Release since Firefox 42.0. Initially it only had the 64-bit Flash Player white listed and then for 43.0 the 64-bit Silverlight Plugin was also.

64-bit Firefox for Release has exited for Mac OSX and Linux since Firefox 4.0 as it was actually needed. They can use any compatible 64-bit npapi Plugins.

''Gregory [[#answer-890025|said]]'' <blockquote> Sorry but THIS IS NOT A SOLUTION. </blockquote> That is the way it is. The 64-bit (Win64) Firefox for Windows has only existed for Release since Firefox 42.0. Initially it only had the 64-bit Flash Player white listed and then for 43.0 the 64-bit Silverlight Plugin was also. 64-bit Firefox for Release has exited for Mac OSX and Linux since Firefox 4.0 as it was actually needed. They can use any compatible 64-bit npapi Plugins.
quibid 0 izisombululo 2 izimpendulo
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If Mozilla is doing away with Java in Firefox does this mean that for all cloud servers, NAS devices, etc that have interfaces that use Java via browsers such as Firefox then we all must cease using Firefox & look for another browser?

If Mozilla is doing away with Java in Firefox does this mean that for all cloud servers, NAS devices, etc that have interfaces that use Java via browsers such as Firefox then we all must cease using Firefox & look for another browser?
James
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1596 izisombululo 11248 izimpendulo
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quibid said

If Mozilla is doing away with Java in Firefox does this mean that for all cloud servers, NAS devices, etc that have interfaces that use Java via browsers such as Firefox then we all must cease using Firefox & look for another browser?

Oracle is depreciating their Java Plugin and as for other other browsers, well Chrome does not support Java Plugin. https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free

http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/6213033

''quibid [[#answer-910433|said]]'' <blockquote> If Mozilla is doing away with Java in Firefox does this mean that for all cloud servers, NAS devices, etc that have interfaces that use Java via browsers such as Firefox then we all must cease using Firefox & look for another browser? </blockquote> Oracle is depreciating their Java Plugin and as for other other browsers, well Chrome does not support Java Plugin. https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/6213033
quibid 0 izisombululo 2 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Thanks for the respomse. Sort of reminds me of what one of Microsoft's experts comment on years ago at one of the tech seminars. Computing is an ever changing environemnt. The difficulty is always going to be communication of what is or will be from the developer down to the end user and the process in between. Cheers.

Thanks for the respomse. Sort of reminds me of what one of Microsoft's experts comment on years ago at one of the tech seminars. Computing is an ever changing environemnt. The difficulty is always going to be communication of what is or will be from the developer down to the end user and the process in between. Cheers.