had been allowed. But this time whether allowed or not, the java applet is missing. The page says, "If you had a Java-enabled browser you would see an applet here." (Curiously, that text I had to manually type because the underlying content wasn't copyable.)
Firefox > Tools > Options > Content > Enable Java. Checked?
Another curiosity is when I forbid spaceweather.com the NoScript status line doesn't show.
I couldn't reproduce this, but see the version difference and reference to troubleshooting below.
Two other curiosities I can't reproduce: 1) once spaceweather.com was once Italicized in the whitelist.
Italicized means that it is *temporarily* allowed for that session only. When you close the browser, it is removed from whitelist.
and 2) once I saw a NoScript object placeholder for the blocked applet - but after I clicked it and got the confirmation message the placeholder went away and no applet appeared.
be allowed at the next visit.
I tried disabling NoScript and the problem with this site remained.
Then it sounds like a Java issue rather than a NoScript issue. Do you have the latest Java, or does Java work properly at other sites? Test: (takes about 60 seconds to complete)http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml
For comparison, in IE 8 the applet works normally, and I know it worked normally at some time in the recent past with FF before NoScript (and, maybe, after).
I use Firefox 2.20 for personal reasons, so what my browser sees at the site might be different from yours. Actrually, I can get the applet to run just by clicking the NoScript block-logo and OK, even without allowing scripting from the site.
Does anyone have an idea about what's going on here?
Other than making sure that Java is enabled in *Firefox* as well as in NoScript, and that the Java test is succcesful, you might try the latest development build
of NoScript, and also the General Troubleshooting instructions
. Extension conflicts, for example, are a common cause of problems. The latter will help find or rule those out, among other possibilities.
Let us know.
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