8291 Views 14 Replies Latest reply: Mar 19, 2008 9:37 AM by The Bretonian
Those are the only 2 sites that I have tried thus far. Thanks in advance!
On the second link: a few seconds after it says 'download Java' it comes up with the usual notice reading 'This applet was signed by "Integrated Analytics LLC" but Java cannot verify the authenticity of the signature's certificate. Do you trust this certificate? Click Trust to run this applet and allow it unrestricted access to your computer."
Not in my case, but it would run if I let it.
Your first link does not open.
I'm piggy backing on this thread because I too have had problems with Java and Safari
Java runs fine for me in Firefox, however.
I went to a federal website
that uses java and received this message
" Java applet unable to load
To use this service, you must either install a recent version of the Sun JVM or enable "Scripting of Java applets" if it has been disabled."
so i looked for an update and have downloaded and installed release 6, (at least, it said that it was installed, but have never been able to figure out where)
when I check Java preferences, the choices are J2SE 1.4.2 or J2SE 5, and when I've switched to 1.4.2 I still have no luck.
When i run firefox, i get the java console opening, but it doesn't open with safari, and I can't find the option for this to turn on in safari
i have restarted both safari and my computer and no luck. I have repaired permissions and no changes have taken place.
Any more suggestions?
(thank you, by the way)
From your link I get this message:
At this time, epass Canada does not officially support your browser. However, you may still be able to access epass Enabled Services by clicking Continue below.
If you encounter difficulties, please Contact Us for assistance.
Browsers currently supported by epass Canada:
On Microsoft Windows Operating Systems:
Internet Explorer 6.0;
Internet Explorer 7.0 (Vista not supported at this time);
Netscape Communicator/Navigator 7.02;
Netscape Communicator/Navigator 7.2;
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.6.
On Macintosh Operating Systems:
For more information about supported browsers and operating systems, please refer to our Technology frequently asked questions.
Please click Continue to proceed or click Cancel to end this process and return to the department.
So they don't (yet) support Safari 3, probably because nobody has told them that Safari 3 is now out of beta.
You should contact them and complain!
I clicked 'Continue' and was invited to sign in (which I didn't want to do). Did you get that far?