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hello every one
i need to unblock a popup windows

i downloded a .jar file
i open it
it must open for me a popup window
but it didn't !!

what can i dooooo please help meeeeeee

i have project i have to complate my work

&&&&& Thnxx
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In Firefox, in preferences.
In Safari, the Safari Menu
In Google Chrome, preferences>under the hood>content settings>pop ups.
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Noooo still it does not woooooooooork
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i already downloaded the file

the file is not depending on the internet

!!!

it has a pop up window and it is not enable in my labtop

what can i dooooooooooo
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this is the link of the program
http://vip.cs.utsa.edu/downloads/sp.zip

ystem and User Requirements

System requirements:

Computer with a Java runtime environment, version 1.1 or later.
Java 1.4.2 or later is recommended.
You need the following files to run the simulator:
SP.jar
Jeli.jar
spconfig
runsp.bat (for Windows) or runsp for UNIX or Mac OSX
User requirements:

Familiarity with running a program in a command line environment
Some knowledge of the Dining Philosophers Problem.
If you are only interested in this simulator, you can download a zip file sp.zip that contains all of the files that you need.

Running in a non-Windows environment:
If you installed the simulator by copying the files from a CD, the scripts may not have the correct permissions to run. The convert and runsp files should be executable.
The ASCII files distributed with this distribution are in the Windows format in which lines end in a carriage return followed by a line feed. It may be more convenient to have the carriage returns removed. If you are running under UNIX, Linux, or Mac OSX, it may be more convenient to have the carriage returns removed. You can remove all of the carriage returns from these files by executing the convert script.
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Adding more "o"s to a word will certainly help it work.

Are you getting an error?

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Here's something that will help you "complate" your "wooooooork": learn to communicate in whatever language you wish to write in.

Seriously, it really helps, and not just on this forum, I mean everywhere.
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Noooo still it does not woooooooooork
Then the file isn't meant to run on your Mac.

Or you didn't install the simulator. Or you have no idea how to work the command line. If you type in the command line anything like you do while typing plain English, good luck installing anything or changing file permissions so that you can execute the program.
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Oh sorry , i always communicate with my friends in this style or writing and we understand each other , SoRRY
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