vvv Home | News | Sitemap | FAQ | advertise | OSDir is an Inevitable website. But, why this applet is not working and telling me that I don't have Java installed? Any idea why this is happening, and is > there any way to work around this? > This is a "feature" of Firefox - a plug-in's scriptable interface is inaccessible unless

I haven't even tested the progress indicator in IE yet, so I'm not too optimistic.The relevant _javascript_ function called from the body onload() function: function preloadMovie(){ var movie = document.embeds[0]; var filesize If it was Javascript, what do you propose to do? Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by BobTheFisherman, BobTheFisherman Dec 1, 2015 4:02 PM in response to penavasal Level 6 (15,558 points) Dec 1, 2015 4:02 PM in response QuickTime-API mailing list ([email protected]) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to [email protected] References: >QuickTime movie disappearing from Javascript when scrolled offscreen in non-Safari Mac browsers (From: Chad Sellers ) >Re: QuickTime

They will be ignored. However, the functions GetMaxBytesLoaded and GetMovieSize still return valid data, so I can simply test to see if loaded byte size is less than movie size to terminate my loading loop I have an iMac, processor-3.06 GHz, intel core i3, 4 GB 1333MHz DDR3 just updated to El Capitan, and I continue to get a msg about installing Java.I have installed Java, GetPluginStatus()) throw an error, like: Error calling method on NPObject!

When I try to run Java Applets in Firefox a message appear saying that I don't have Java installed or something is blocking Java.