Yes, it is mentioned in the thread about java 6.21.
But I still have an older Java installed. Newer is not always better
For You. Other browsers do not use the IE activeX controll.
You have to activate Java for Mozilla browsers.
I think it is always co-installed with the IE plugin.
But I am not sure since I do not install Java for IE
If not installed by default? Install Mozilla/Netscape support.
After that Java plugins will raise a complaint that K-Meleon is not Firefox
The solution for this is probably delete Java: ./bin/npjp2.dll
It was the solution for java 6.21 anyway.
See the German in the quoted thread
Java: ./bin/npjp2.dll (Next Generation Java Plug-in 1.6.0_21) löschen,
löschen = delete.
Deleting seems to have no adverse effect.
The file seems to be redundant or only for Firefox.
Next the German user's answer: ..befolgt und es funzt einwandfrei!
= .. done and it works flawlessly!
You can try with 6_21 and 6_22
else You got to use 6_20.
Java works normally (I tried some simple java demos I found via google and a java-based IRC chat) for me when I delete that weird npjp2.dll ("Next Generation Java Plug-in 1.6.0_21 for Mozilla browsers") from bin\new_plugin, but honestly, I have no idea what that plugin does at all and which consequences deleting it might have, but it certainly causes the this is not firefox 3! error.
Confirmation from another user that deleting npjp2.dll (version-21) works fine for him too:
Java: ./bin/npjp2.dll (Next Generation Java Plug-in 1.6.0_21) löschen, dann kannst du auch 1.6.0_21 nehmen.
..befolgt und es funzt einwandfrei!
Greetings to IT from DE
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/16/2010 05:59PM by guenter.