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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Morod, Jun 15, 2009.
Used Software Updater to grab it. 158 MB, no restart required.
Wow, so I downloaded it and it completely ruined my program "Shoddy Battle" so now I am unable to play.
It is a pokemon simulator, haha .
Is there any way I can erase this update?
If you're using Time Machine, you can back up from before the update. Can you reinstall "SB"? That might be the better solution.
Go to Application/Utilities/Java/Java Preferences, there you can tell it to use an older version of Java.
which version do I tell it to use ?
Will Facebook's photo uploader work again now? Safari 4 killed it
It seems to be working now
Thanks for the heads up.
FYI, Snow Leopard builds are already running 1.6.0_13.
Just in time!
Thanks for the fast work, Apple!
This update is unbelievably late!
Apparently it took some prodding to get Apple to resolve this. But it will be nice to be able to enable Java in web browsers again.
Edit: Ah, I just noticed this update requires 10.5.7. It looks like I'll be waiting to re-enable Java, since I don't plan to upgrade my OS until 10.5.8.
No restart allows me to install now!!
Better late than never...as they say.
Knackered for me too. Can't get Firefox to load it either..
It is about time. Most of what I do online needs this. It was a pain turning it off and on off and on. My school email and my online banking were the worst!
Im really disappointed that it took them so long to fix this major security flaw
so this fixes the security whole right?
Mac OS 10.5 Update 4 just showed up
Downloading as I write this....
Just curious, how come I always see users so reluctant to restart their computer?
I love how fast Apple responds and how easy it is to install updates! t4p
Hmm got "can not install update" error message on my imac. Think it's just a corrupt download?
I get the same error message on my Macbook Pro...
edit: Closed Software Update, opened it again, it re-downloaded the Java update and it all worked this time...
Better late then never.
I also get a "Can't download Update" on my 2.4 Unibody Macbook...