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Old 07-05-2005, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been trying to access some sites that display this type of message: You need a java-enabled browser"

I cannot go to these sites even though in browser settings, I have checked "Support Java Script"

What am I doing wrong? Thanks.
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Old 07-05-2005, 03:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Java is not JavaScript, so enabling that functionality does nothing for Java applets on websites.
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So is there a way for me to view these websites?
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since the OS is based on Java, one would think that it would be natively supported. however, to be honest, i've never tried to load a java-enabled webpage. i'm not really sure if your supposed to be able to load java applets on a webpage or not, or if there is a 3rd party add-on that would enable it.
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An applet is not a J2ME application, although written in Java, so I don't imagine it will work.
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well, to simplify things, i am trying to use www.gotomypc.com. i get as far as typing in my username and p/w. when i click the button to connect to a remote computer, i get the error message. help!
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Gilberto, I was having a similar issue. Im not that savvy or a techie, so if I'm incorrect, pardon me. I also checked "support JavaScript" and after that, I had no problem accessing the Java sites. I just accessed the www.gotomypc.com with no problem. Perhaps there is an issue with you device. In my "browser configuration" I have everything checked except "allow JavaScript popups". hope this helps
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I too have a problem visiting sites with Java. As I'm out & about I'd like to go here and find out which way the tornado is heading.

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/radar/loop/D.../si.kmpx.shtml

Anyone have any ideas? (Java/browser related, not tornado chasing/fleeing.)
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