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i don't understand and need some help: java doesn't work anymore for a few months and i don't know why.

I have installed the latest version from apple, actually the 1.6.0_45-b06-451 on my imac 21,5" of middle 2010 and after checking the security system option and enabled the firefox plugin, i tried in safari and Chrome. Also tried with 32 and 64 bits kernel...

Finally i checked the XProtect.meta.plist to see the version limit allowed. When i check on java.com it seem disabled or not installed, but on other sites it worked fine, like here (or javatester.org for examples)

What can i do for use without issues like i did before ? Thanks a lot for any help...

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  • For information, my 1st ligne "hello everybody" disappeared even after trying editing...
    – Nicolas
    Mar 5 '14 at 1:20
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    Welcome to AskDifferent! As per the site's guidelines, greetings and signatures are not considered acceptable behavior, so the site automatically removes such things from questions and answers to reduce noise. Mar 5 '14 at 3:21
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If you install OSX Mavericks via the app store, Java will stay up to date & working.

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  • Thank you for answering so fast ! But i can't download it for the moment, very bad connexion. I also need to keep my Snow Leopard for software's compatibilities (and a little afraid of the ressources needed)
    – Nicolas
    Mar 5 '14 at 1:55

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