#1
... on UG that can help me with Java? If so, could you please let me know, I really require some help!

Thanks a lot!

Michal
#3
Right, so whenever I go to see certain videos, it says either JavaScript is turned off, or a flash player is out of date. So I downloaded the latest flash player that they told me to, but ti still doesn't work. Logically, I have assumed JavaScript must be turned off. How do I turn it back on? I seem to have java downloaded and such, just it doesn't seem to be working =/
#4
1. Menu Tools Internet Options
2. Go to "Security" Tab and press "Default level" or "Custom level" if you want to keep your settings.
3. In "Custom level" go to Scripting -> Active Scripting and check "Enable" or "Promt option".
4. Press Ok

if this dont work let us know
alternativly go to google and type turning on java script cuz there are different ways to do it depend on your browser
#5
Are you using Firefox or Internet Explorer?
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#6
I shall try on internet explorer, i downloaded firefox to see if it fixes the problem but it hasn't so i will try on IE
#7
Java and Javascript are different y'know....

Java is a complex scripting language.
Javascript is....... simple.

The secret to your problem is to turn on Javascript in your internet browser.

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#9
if your using firefox go to tools options content and you should have a tick box for it
#10
Quote by Tranx
Java and Javascript are different y'know....

Java is a complex scripting language.
Javascript is....... simple.

The secret to your problem is to turn on Javascript in your internet browser.


Okay, but how do I do that
#12
Quote by kainique
if your using firefox go to tools options content and you should have a tick box for it


It also appears to be already enabled
#13
Quote by Jpitcairn
Try upgrading flash. That's what I had to do when i got that message.


Right, I have downloaded the latest flash player again, yet still no sign of any video
#14
You need a to install a java runtime environment before you can run javascript.
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#15
Quote by Mad Marius
You need a to install a java runtime environment before you can run javascript.


Right okay, I will try a search on google. Thankyou!
#16
Right, it told me that it was already installed, but I reintstalled it anyway. Yet the problem still remains - is there a next step I have to do?