4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 28, 2013 6:18 PM by Librarian213
somedude325 Level 1 (0 points)

I have the newest version of Mountain Lion for iMac, it's version 10.8.3. I am trying to open a web page that uses Java Cocoa, which apparently has been gotten rid of in the newest update. I have tried so many options, and looked at so many forums and I'm just at my wits end with this issue. So here's the question: how can I SIMPLY make Safari 6 and Mountain Lion work with Java Cocoa when there is no apparent download for it, "dummy java plug ins" don't work, Apple can't help, Juniper (which supplies some sort of fix) is requiring that I be a company (which i'm not), and I keep getting the message from Safari "This browser does not use the Cocoa Java Plug-In.

1) Make sure that the JVM 1.4.1 or later is installed

2) Check that this browser supports Java for Cocoa (such as Safari)

It seems my OS is just too advanced, and the web site is too far behind the times. Serious answers are greatly appreciated. If there any questions, please don't hesitate to ask and I'll reply with the processes I took with as much detail as I can supply. Thanks

iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.3)