Okay; I just installed Seamonkey 1.1.7 and then installed Adblock Plus. I did not have to run Seamonkey as administrator in order to do that.

Next I went to the Java test page and found the Dancing Duke indicated Java is working fine, so I guess I don't have to reinstall it [since I just installed the latest].


Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 21:25:31 -0400
From: James <res07...@gte.net>
To: support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org
Subject: Re: What most advanced Java compatible with Seamonkey?
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Actually I just upgraded Java Monday or Tuesday and now it doesn't work either, although it did before I updated. I'm using Seamonkey 1.1.6 and am downloading 1.1.7 as I type. Once I install that I will try reinstalling Java again.

One problem I had with a program [Adblock Plus] was that I had to have Seamonkey open as administrator in order for it to load properly. My OS is Vista Home Basic 64 bit. I don't have any idea if this particular solution might help or not with Java.


> 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?
> Thanks again

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