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Chrome doesn't seem to get along with Java very well, any suggestions?
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Get along well in what respect? Does it work or is it just slow? Rendering issues? Loading issues?

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My main problem was that KeepVid doesn't work with it, but it's seems that it just doesn't interatc with java at all. It tells me I need to download it even though I'm running the most up-to-date version.
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Have you tried Safari?

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Have you tried Safari?

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THB I don't actually like Safari. I was using FireFox but I started having issue with it beach-balling at frustratingly frequent intervals. I switched to google chrome and I'm very satisfied despite a few bumps in the crossover.
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To isolate if the issue is specific to Chrome or Java in general, using Safari or Firefox even would help..

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To isolate if the issue is specific to Chrome or Java in general, using Safari or Firefox even would help..

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Seems to be a global issue, just so happens to have started after I got Chrome though... I'm not exactly sure what do do from here. Any other Youtube video downloading programs or sites that you know of?
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Open up /Applications/Utilities/Java Preferences.app. Make sure Java is "checked on" (checkbox next to the Java version you want on).

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Open up /Applications/Utilities/Java Preferences.app. Make sure Java is "checked on" (checkbox next to the Java version you want on).
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What versions do you have listed there? Have you restarted the browser? If you go to the URL about:plugins in Chrome, is Java listed and enabled?

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What versions do you have listed there? Have you restarted the browser? If you go to the URL about:plugins in Chrome, is Java listed and enabled?
4, a 32 and 64 bit version of 5, and 6 SE or whatever, and it is enabled in the Plugins
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Perhaps I should have asked this elsewhere but does Java work on other sites? There is a Java test page here.

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