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Enable Java in v. 27.0.1
I just had to do a fresh install on my laptop after my hard drive fried. I reinstalled Firefox, and apparently it gave me a new version. I am an online student, and I need Java to run my school's website. However, when trying to find the appropriate tick box in the Options/Content menu, it is not there. I need Java to be on at all times, not just for one site. I also do not see anything about a red plugin icon on these websites; I don't see a plugin icon anywhere. I need this fixed ASAP, so I would appreciate a quick response. I cannot get homework done without it.
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Try go to about:config search for plugin.state.java and change its valueto true, also go to Tools >> Addons >> Plugins and look for Java and change its option to Always active or Ask to active
Okulungisiwe ngu Diego Victor
In current Firefox releases you can enable and disable the Java plugin in "Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Plugins"
Note that you can get a possibly colored Lego block icon on the left end of the location bar that indicates that Firefox is blocking a plugin.
You can check the Security tab Java Control Center in the Windows Control Panel to make sure that "Enable Java content in the browser" is enabled.