When I sent my first reply I was at home; I'm now uni wireless, so
can't really test any more until I get home at some point tonight.
Here are the full details, for the sake of completeness:
Mac OS X 10.4.8
12" 1.33Ghz iBook G4, 768MB RAM
I have the following versions of Java installed: 1.4.2, 1.3.1, 1.3,
1.4. I need to check which of these are being use by which browsers (I
suspect that only 1.4.2 is being used), but I'm not sure how. I'll try
to provide that information when I get home, if someone can suggest a
way to track it down... Would screenshots be helpful, perchance?
On 3/8/07, David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 07/03/07, David Still <daveydweeb(a)gmail.com>
Unfortunately, the player causes serious problems
under Mac OS 10.4.8.
Safari 2.0.4 either crashes when playing or reports that Java is
unavailable (it's installed and enabled, so something's wrong there),
while other browsers like Camino show other weird problems (where the
Java player causes the entire window -- or large portions of it -- to
appear as garbage, even after changing or closing tabs).
The earlier vibraphone video worked fine for me on our G4 earlier on
Safari (latest Mac OS 10.4, latest Java). Are you using a PowerPC or
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