Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2013 8:18 PM (in response to macjack)
THANK YOU VERY MUCH, Sunny SoCal
Just got back from San Diego. Love your part of the country, being from Sacramento there is nothing that beats the beautiful Coast Line by you
That did it
You made my evening. And again, thank you to all who have set me on this path of complition
Currently Being ModeratedMar 28, 2013 4:45 PM (in response to Robert DeSaeger)
Anyhow know what the deal is with this sudden change to .jnlp's opening TextWrangler or BBedit? I've been working with .jnlp launch files for one of my clients over the past 6 months and have never had them open in anything other than Java. Now, all my test systems, and many of my client's customers with 10.8 are getting the .jnlp files opened by TextWrangler or BBedit.
This issue seemed to happen sometime in March. I don't know if it's because of the latest Java build, or a TextWrangler update, but it's really throwing me for a loop. Googling the issue didn't get me anywhere... except here. I'm just pulling out my hair because I can't tell my client to just have their customers all use the fix above; the point of using the .jnlp was to make launching the company's software seamless.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 28, 2013 6:20 PM (in response to klockw243)
I have no ideal on why it did that.
Thanks to the replies above.
Truly strange thing what happened.
I FIND IT TOTALLY STUPID THAT WE HAVE TO DO A SEPARATE UPDATE FOR JAVA.
WHY NOT HAVE JAVA BE PART OF THE APP STORE.
This way if there is a update, let the OS Take care of it.
BUT to FIND JAVA BY YOURSELF AND INSURING THAT YOU HAVE THE CORRECT JAVA FOR DOWNLOAD IS TOTALLY STUPID.
Especially, since java is so important for allot of different applications.
You are telling me that Apple would not TRUST Oriole for the software that is being update???
Currently Being ModeratedMar 28, 2013 6:29 PM (in response to klockw243)
I will tell you that when I did my upgrade on my 8 core MacPro, I did not have that problem.
It seems that the OS did not recognized the extention, and passed it on to a Text Editor Instead.
And if you do try
and you do not see Java Web Start
Then you would need to point to the Applet
And do apply all
And you will be set.
Good luck, but that will work