"Oops! An up-to-date Java has not been detected" I'm now getting this message in Safari when accessing Pogo games despite having updated to the latest Oracle Java a day or two ago (and the person I'm playing against got the same message on their Safari). This is in Mountain Lion 10.8.2. Anyone know what the deal is? How can it not detect Oracle's Java? The Java preference pane says it's up-to-date with the latest version. The only suggestion it had was to delete the java plugin and re-install. WTF!? Is Apple's browser/OS that freaking STUPID? Don't they have a deal with Oracle to provide up-to-date Java? How the heck is this a "just works" situation when Apple's own browser cannot tell that Java is up-to-date when everything else can? And yes I quit Safari completely. I even tried a reboot. It insists it cannot detect it. I'm now trying a full re-install, but the thing is that it worked yesterday. Only today does it say it can't detect it.... My friend has had this happen at least three other times in Mountain Lion and every time it has been up-to-date. The full install "worked" but my friend accidentally closed their game window and when they reloaded Pogo.com, it gave the SAME error all over again. Apple has a MASSIVE BUG here and sadly I can find only one other mention on the ENTIRE INTERNET (I guess Mac people don't play Java games on Safari). Firefox gives the 'ole "warning" message about Java being a vulnerable plugin (no matter how many times you update Java, it doesn't like it period and this is at best confusing to my friend who likes to play Scrabble but is not the LEAST bit computer literate and hence the reason she bought a MAC in the first place, but her experience with OSX and Java makes her feel the Mac is garbage and I can't say I blame her. This is 100% BULLCRAP. She tried Firefox and after warning about the plugin (and hitting go anyway) it loaded the game so far and then just didn't even come up...so that's two out of two strikes. Apple fracked this one up big time and they don't care since the disavowed themselves of Java some time ago and can't even make their browser recognize it properly.