Firefox always updating java console
So my question is: how exactly does Firefox find and prioritise Java versions?
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Mozilla [email protected]/Java Plugin\Path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Mozilla [email protected]/Java Plugin\Version HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Mozilla [email protected]/Java Plugin,version=10.51.2\Path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Mozilla [email protected]/Java Plugin,version=10.51.2\Version Note the format for the version numbers is slightly different in each case. The keys may be in other places for 32 bit Windows.
I want Firefox to use the latter (don't ask; shitty work software).
I don't want to uninstall Java 7 as I use it for Android development, but I don't care about having it as a browser plugin.
Hell maybe the "Default Java for Browsers" checkbox actually works then!
If you want to give any feedback about No Script, feel free to contact me. What websites are in the default whitelist and why? I don't like No Script redirecting the browser on its release notes page every time I upgrade it. Yes, I love No Script, but releasing new versions every few days is getting tedious, can't you limit updates to once a month?! - WARNING: PARTIAL INSTALLATION I've just upgraded to or reinstalled Mozilla Suite / Sea Monkey 1.x, and No Script has ceased working.
Is there a way to have Java Script enabled but keeping Java and Flash blocked until I click above the No Script placeholder? What is the license of No Script and its source code? Some Ubiquity features are not working when No Script is installed. I use a No Script version between 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 (inclusive).
I can't use hotmail (gmail, mail) / ebay / my online bank account. I met a page where a movie clip is supposed to be played, but I get a popup saying that the Windows Media Player (WMP) plugin has performed an illegal operation. After downloading the install starts, but I get one of the following messages: - You probably don't have appropriate permissions (write access to your profile or chrome directory).
Have I got to disable Java and/or Plugins from Firefox options to browse safely with No Script ? What the hell am I supposed to do with this kind of file? Why do I find 127.0.0.29 or localhost:1029 (the "1029" number may vary) in my No Script menu on almost every page I visit? Some pages display the little No Script icon with one or more links on its left side.
Why can I sometimes see about:blank and/or wyciwyg: entries in my No Script menu? Why should I allow Java Script, Java, Flash and plugin execution only for trusted sites? When I enable "Java Script" globally, Java and Flash are enabled too. I get an "Unresponsive Script" message from Firefox on some page or on startup. I thought this could be disabled by unchecking "Show placeholder", but it's still shown... Galleries at are not working even though I whitelisted everything here. How can I make Evernote Web Clipper work with No Script?
No matter what I do it Firefox always finds Java 7, and not Java 6.
Here are the things I've tried: In the Java Control Panel (both of them), I did this: It appears to have no effect. Weirdly only the Java 7 version shows up in the System tab - any idea why? But if I just close the control panel and reopen it the checkbox has been automatically unchecked!