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Problem with Java in Firefox


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I've decided to use Firefox over Safari due to the fact that Safari sucks when using WYSIWYG stuff.

I like to play the games on yahoo games, and they are Java based. I can access them just fine with Safari, but it doesn't seem to work in Firefox. The game rooms open just fine, but when I try to go to a table to play a game, the table's window opens but instead of the game opening, I get a Java Error Message telling me to enable Java (which it already is) or install it (which I have done). How do I fix this so I can play yahoo games in Firefox? They worked fine in Firefox on Windows.
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You could try the G4 optimized Firefox.
You can get it here:

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It still doesn't allow me to play games on yahoo. I get the same messages that I do with firefox, but I've already done everything it suggested that I do. Hmmmmm.
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