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its probably not the laptop but the network

are you connecting through a work connection?

or do you have a firewall application on your laptop?

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I keep getting an error with the java plugin in FF & IE (have updated JRE)

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I keep getting an error with the java plugin in FF & IE (have updated JRE)

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try ang go into control panel on your comp and find java.. duble click and you should get a box saying java control panel.. near the bottom you have a button called settings.. click it.. then click the delete temp java files.. make sure both check bosxes are checked and press ok.. after it finnesh work.. restart your browser..

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Thanks, but the error is still the same.

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Thanks, but the error is still the same.


pixx is the gui part of the chat.. then again security error would refer that u might have clicked no when it asks do you trust nsb etc.

I think nsb should consider a new web chat since this applet is from 2002 or something. Problem of course is that there's not so many good free ones out there.

I will try to see during this weekend if I can replicate the error and then find the solution to fix it.

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deets please go here

http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml

what does it tell you?

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It tells me:

"Your Java is working
Latest Java installed

Your Java configuration is as follows:

Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc. Version: Java 6 Update 20 Operating System: Windows 7 6.1 Architecture: x86"

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Ok deets.. I was able to reproduce the error. It did happen when I did not trust the applet, i.e. pressed deny.

Find your java plug-in control panel and try to reset the signed applet certificate for nsb.

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get a mac?

I have one, using the java chat on it slows it down to a crawl.

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Ok deets.. I was able to reproduce the error. It did happen when I did not trust the applet, i.e. pressed deny.

Find your java plug-in control panel and try to reset the signed applet certificate for nsb.

Ok, will give that a go.

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Yes, and I generally do. I only raised this in case it was affecting others too.

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Ok deets.. I was able to reproduce the error. It did happen when I did not trust the applet, i.e. pressed deny.

Find your java plug-in control panel and try to reset the signed applet certificate for nsb.

Would that be the Philippe Detournay one?

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Ok deets.. I was able to reproduce the error. It did happen when I did not trust the applet, i.e. pressed deny.

Find your java plug-in control panel and try to reset the signed applet certificate for nsb.

Would that be the Philippe Detournay one?


Yep.. that's the one

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Yes, and I generally do. I only raised this in case it was affecting others too.

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Ok breadslices. it seems I had permanently accepted the certificate but there is a second dialog box that warns about blocking potentially unsafe code. If you click yes here, it prevents the applet from running properly.

A classic case of me not reading the dialog box properly. :facepalm:

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