Safari 7.0.2 Java problem

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  1. HiDeHo macrumors member

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    Hi today i want to talk about Safari 7.0.2 in OSX 10.9.2, Mavericks. I like the safari browser and how it integrates with osx nicely, and runs pretty good and I have come to love many features about it.

    What i want to do is disable Java in safari and allow an acceptation for certain websites to run java. One such website is my bank website https://www.ib.kiwibank.co.nz
    in going to Safari>Preferences>Security>Manage Website Settings>Java there are no java websites there. I cannot add any new ones there, only the option to remove site is available. It seems like apple has disabled this feature. in Firefox, Opera and Chrome i can easily do this.

    I am wondering if there is a file that i can edit manually to add these settings but knowing apple they may have changed, this file without telling anyone, or removed the file altogether.

    Until this is resolved i am going to use another browser as my main one.

    thanks in advance for any help with my issue.
     
  2. Weaselboy Moderator

    Weaselboy

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    California
    #2
    You don't add sites through that panel, you do it from the web page itself.

    If you are on a page that needs Java you will see this placeholder.

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    If you click the placeholder you will get a dialogue box asking if you want to trust Java on the site. If you click okay it will add that site to this panel in Safari.

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    Make sure you have that bottom setting at "Ask."
     

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