However, if you try to access a Java application in a web browser, you will see a Missing Plug-In message. From there, the Java installer will need to be downloaded and installed.
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Instead, you would download a disk image from the Oracle website and install an installer package stored inside the disk image. Oracle has built in a Sparkle-based update mechanism to handle Java updates from Oracle. If you need to update multiple Macs, you should be able to distribute the Oracle Java installer package using your system management tools.
Any tool that can install a standard Apple installer package should be able to distribute the new Java installer. However, it looks like Java 6 is still the default Java outside of the browser. So what are we supposed to do for web apps that still need Java 6? Sounds like our only option is to avoid like the plague.
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Could one not just use a Time Machine backup to restore the plugin and Java Prefs app or will they not work with the new Java version? I chose to replace existing files whenever prompted, and that restored Java 6 plugin functionality. I love you right now. I hope Apple sorts it out. I had been messing with plists and mcx with no luck. Putting the deployment. The check for updates box is unchecked and I do not receive the pop up about updating to a newer version.
I tested this with Java 7 Update Seems to work! I will check out your link. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Confirm that you have the updated Java version by executing any of the above two commands. The exact build number looks like this ending with M :.
Arthur Arthur view profile. I installed the update but it's still not working. I'm on Mac OSX Jens view profile. Vote 0. Answer by Jens Jens view profile. You are not alone. I have got the same problem but no solution up to now. User Jens filed a Technical Support request earlier today. I will assign a support engineer to that now and make sure updates are posted to this thread.
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Andreas Goser view profile. Answer by Andreas Goser Andreas Goser view profile. I encourage you to try the Rb PreRelease. To my best knowledge, countermeasures to the negative impact of Java updates in past releases have been applied. Stijn Stijn view profile.
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Upgrading the operating system is not an option, since certain "older" applications are needed. The reference to bug report is correct and I did apply the fix at that moment. At this moment the symptoms are more extreme; not any menu is clickable, the only thing I can do is Quit. Good to know that I'm not alone in this matter.
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Stewart Stewart view profile. Mathworks chooses not to support Unclear what that means. For Pierre S. Answer by Pierre S. I also have this problem. The Matlab window seems to be frozen.
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But actually, any action that you make e. If you have any solution, I am interested to know it! Benjamin view profile.
Answer by Benjamin Benjamin view profile. For what it's worth, I'm in the same boat. However, I'm using a.
So whatever the Java update broke, it's not restricted to version a. Jules view profile. Answer by Jules Jules view profile. Steve view profile. Answer by Steve Steve view profile. I also have the same problem in both Matlab b and b after installing the Java update for OS X I noticed that Matlab responds if you open the Help window on the menu bar. Mark view profile. Answer by Mark Mark view profile.
I found a workaround: Close all programs.
The Java Prefs app will open. In the 'General' Tab , change the order of Java SE , so that the two with the older versions are on top. The versions are in the RH column on my system. For example , my toplisted version was 1. There were also two entries for 1. Drag these so they are on top bit first. Close the app. Now I can type and everything is good. Lori view profile. Answer by Lori Lori view profile. I am having the same issues since my latest software update.