Moonchild wrote:It's what is called "soft-blocked". This means you still have the option to enable the plugin if you really need to.
Go to the add-on manager, plugins. You can enable it from there (it will be marked with yellow). A hard-blocked one would be marked with red and can't be enabled at all.
greenboyb1 wrote:It is not "soft-blocked" because it is colored RED. In other words there is no way to use an old version of Java.
<match name="description" exp="[^\d\._](0(\.\d+(\.\d+([_\.]\d+)?)?)?)|(1\.(([0-5](\.\d+([_\.]\d+)?)?)|(6(\.0[_\.](0?\d|1\d|2\d|30))?)|(7(\.0([_\.][0-2])?)?)))([^\d\._]|$)" />
<match name="filename" exp="(npjp2\.dll)|(IcedTeaPlugin\.so)|(libnpjp2\.so)" />
cymroly wrote:Have you tried updating your Java to the latest version and tested it on the site(s) you need Java for? ... If you really need to leave your computer open to attack, here's the details from Mozilla (easy to find from my earlier links) to work around the block in Firefox:
He was kinda right. I have not edited the blocklist however, even though I run 9.0.1 palemoon and v6.0.300.12 of java, the severity level was set to "2". Go figure. So I am back up and running. Thanks again for all the time you all spent on me.Moonchild wrote:So, unless you have set extensions.blocklist.level to a non-standard value, it should only be at "warn" level and you should be able to unblock it.
Upgrade Java if you can... or use MISE.
Moonchild wrote:Upgrade Java if you can... or use MISE.
Bottom line is: your university needs to upgrade their java app to be compatible with current java versions.
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