Java

  • boa tarde, apos fazer varias tentativas de resolução, nao consigo por o opera a executar o java.

    ja desinstalei o java o opera e instalei de novo, no plugnis aparece que esta instalado mas mas paginas web diz que nao tenho o java instalado. como posso resolver esta situação.

    Good afternoon, after making several attempts at resolution, not with the works by running java.

    already I uninstalled the java operates and installed again in the plugins installed but appears that this web pages but says not have java installed. how can I solve this.

  • Java is no longer supported. Soon other npapi plugins will lost support too.

  • good afternoon,
    then to say that already can not use the Opera and I'll have to use other browser, great past bullshit do not know how many years to use it with the endless list of favorite now have to export to another. bullshit hope that developers have in mind this as there are many pages that use java to work.

  • AFAIK it was a decision by the Chromium Project to stop support for NPAPI plugins, not Opera.
    It therefore applies to all Chromium based browsers, not just Opera.
    If you need to carry on using sites which depend on Java, you will soon have to use Firefox or Internet Explorer, although I believe that Mozilla have announced that Firefox will not support it for much longer.
    The ball's in Oracle's court as far as I can see. They will have to provide a PPAPI plugin solution for Java in websites, or the websites will just have to abandon using it. The same applies to plugins such as QuickTime, where Apple don't seem to be rushing to address this either.
    🙂

  • hen to say that already can not use the Opera and I'll have to use other browser

    Just for your information: The support for npapi plugins (what includes Java) has been dropped by Chromium so all Chromium based browsers have lost or will lost support for those plugins sooner or later.

    Also, it seems that Firefox is also planning to drop support for npapi plugins.

  • hope that developers have in mind this as there are many pages that use java to work.

    The end of the support for npapi plugins had been announced by Chromium sunce ast least two years ago, so those pages had time to upfate them selves to a different solution.

    Also Oracle also had time to develop a ppapi Java plugin.

  • Just for your information: The support for npapi plugins (what includes Java) has been dropped by Chromium so all Chromium based browsers have lost or will lost support for those plugins sooner or later.
    Also, it seems that Firefox is also planning to drop support for npapi plugins.

    Er, didn't I just say that?!
    😄

  • Er, didn't I just say that?!

    For sure. 🙂

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