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MarkRH
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Re: All versions of the Java plugin are blocked

I installed the latest Java version last night, and now the Java(TM) Platform Plugin doesn't even appear in the Plugins list. Only the Deployment Toolkit does and it's disabled. At the moment I can't enabled it if I wanted, unless there's some setting within FF or the Java Control Panel I've yet to see.

Update: Just installed Java 7u11 and only the Deployment Toolkit is listed (disabled). The Platform Plug-in isn't even there.

After reading: »kb.mozillazine.org/Java it seems that I'm missing the registry key for it which is why FF is not seeing it.


La Luna
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said by MarkRH:

I installed the latest Java version last night, and now the Java(TM) Platform Plugin doesn't even appear in the Plugins list. Only the Deployment Toolkit does and it's disabled. At the moment I can't enabled it if I wanted, unless there's some setting within FF or the Java Control Panel I've yet to see.

Update: Just installed Java 7u11 and only the Deployment Toolkit is listed (disabled). The Platform Plug-in isn't even there.

Same thing here. I had to also install this for Firefox. Now I see it in plugins. I think the other download is for IE:

»java.com/en/download/index.jsp
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plencnerb
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said by MarkRH:

Update: Just installed Java 7u11

Interesting, as I did not know that 7u11 was out. When I run the plugin check, it says I'm up to date with Java on the 7U10 version.

No matter, I've seen delays in that before. So, I'll upgrade to 7u11 and see if that makes any difference for me with my Firefox test.

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chachazz
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Download 7u11:
»www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/···dex.html

This release contains fixes for security vulnerabilities. For more information, see Oracle Security Alert for CVE-2013-0422.

Release notes:»www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/···856.html


MarkRH
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reply to La Luna
said by La Luna:

said by MarkRH:

I installed the latest Java version last night, and now the Java(TM) Platform Plugin doesn't even appear in the Plugins list. Only the Deployment Toolkit does and it's disabled. At the moment I can't enabled it if I wanted, unless there's some setting within FF or the Java Control Panel I've yet to see.

Update: Just installed Java 7u11 and only the Deployment Toolkit is listed (disabled). The Platform Plug-in isn't even there.

Same thing here. I had to also install this for Firefox. Now I see it in plugins. I think the other download is for IE:

»java.com/en/download/index.jsp

Unlike Flash, there's not separate install programs for Java. As it turns out, the Java 7u11 Installer failed to create the necessary Registry Key for FF to even see the plugin. I followed the instructions here: »kb.mozillazine.org/Java by installing Java7u9, exporting out the Registry Key, installing Java7u11, modifying the version numbers in the .reg file I made and then importing it.

Oh, I changed the version numbers from 1.7.0_9 to 1.7.0_11 and the JavaPlugin,version=10.9.2 to JavaPlugin,version=10.11.2 everywhere in the file. Now FF sees the Platform plug-in so that I can enable/disable it when needed.