On Jun 23, 3:07 pm, "Paul B. Gallagher"
<pau...@pbgdashtranslations.com> wrote:

> GreenXenon wrote:

> > On Jun 21, 3:37 pm, "Paul B. Gallagher"
> > <pau...@pbgdashtranslations.com> wrote:

> >> I had the same failure on their test page, read the instructions,
> >> and solved it.
> >> The answer was here:
> >> <http://java.com/en/download/help/5000021500.xml>
> >> Print or memorize the instructions, close SeaMonkey, update the
> >> setting in the Java Control Panel, then relaunch SeaMonkey and
> >> revisit the test page.

> > Thanks for all responses.
> > I just installed SeaMonkey 1.1.17. I then un-installed Java 6 Update
> > 14 and then re-installed it.
> > Then I followed the directions you gave me. Unfortunately, I still
> > get the same problem on their test page.
> > Also, in the "Default Java for browsers" icon, I checked "Mozilla
> > Family". I closed Java's control panel and reopened it. The "Mozilla
> > Family" box was unchecked! It seems that on my system J6-U14
> > blantantly refuses to run on SeaMonkey. SeaMonkey is my favorite
> > browser so this really frustrates me. I don't get along with any
> > browser other than SeaMonkey.
> > Is there a workaround?

> The fact that others can run it successfully with SeaMonkey disproves
> the theory that the two are incompatible.


> On my first attempt, I left SM open when I updated the setting in the
> Java Control Panel, and it didn't take. But if you did close SM before
> checking the box and it still didn't take, perhaps it's a Vista issue
> (I'm on XP Pro SP3).

I did the later and it still didn't work. In addition, I use XP Pro
SP3 -- no other OS. Still, on my PC -- for some reason I can't figure
out -- J6-U14 refuses to work on SeaMonkey. However, J6-U13 works
fine, unfortunately Excite mail is only compatible with J6-U14.
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