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Long story short, add the following to windows registry: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome\EnabledPlugins] "1"="java" "Enable" is with a capital E You can do it in several ways: Using Google Chrome flags (for your user only) Go to this URL in Chrome: chrome://flags/#enable-npapi Mark activate Using Command Prompt cmd.exe (as ...


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I had the same issue on my machine. Check your Windows Path variable. My path linked Java via C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath and that folder contained symlinks to the actual executables located under C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_45\bin. I deleted the the C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath entry and replaced it with C:\Program ...


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A solution to your issue would be to use your procmailrc file to save a copy of the mail to a Maildir format. Maildir keeps each mail as a separate file, which solves your one problem. Additionally, if you copy the mail it will still go the the other existing locations: your procmailrc would have the following (or similar lines) near the top: :0c: ...


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The new update of Google Chrome is not supporting Java plugin, hence systems using cloud software on Chrome, such as ERP, may not run on Chrome. To turn on Java plugin on the new Google Chrome update follow the steps below. 1) Go To Chrome, open a new tab, paste the line below into it, and press enter chrome://flags/#enable-npapi 2) do Enable NPAPI Mac, ...


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Apparently (as for Win 7) the implementation of where does not handle quotes (") poperly. It's probably better to remove them from your entire PATH environment variable (don't worry about spaces in this case). C:\>set PATH=C:\windows\system32;"C:\Java\jdk1.7.0_21\bin\" C:\>where javac INFO: Could not find files for the given pattern(s). after ...


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The problem was the version of Java I was using, it had a bug that has been fixed with the latest version of Java. Evidence for this fact was obtained when I installed MarvinSketch with JRE which comes with a bundled Java version (namely an old one without this bug) it corrected itself.


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You need to install the JDK rather than just the JRE to get full Java support on OS X. The official Oracle download site is http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html Click on 'Java Platform (JDK)' and download 'Mac OS X x64'


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You don't want the user to "install" your app, and you don't want to distribute a large package, but, if you're willing to add a second file, you can obtain the result you want by distributing a .bat file with your .jar.  A batch file can implement the behavior you describe: Check whether JRE is installed. If if is, run the JAR. If it isn't, display an ...


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Your error is: IOSServer.main cannot start ios-driver server.org.openqa.selenium.WebDriverException: cannot load the metadata from the Info.plist file for /Users/user/applications/Aspera Connect.app So it seems Info.plist file is missing or corrupted (not in JSON) format. Code responsible for loading Info.plist: private JSONObject getFullPlist() ...



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