Have you checked the java manager in the windows control panel before uninstalling jre 6 update 10? Was the java manager accessible or not? Have you installed more than one jre? Kind support will be given by access@xxxxxxxx Below you can find some information of sun's setup information for the access bridge. Good luck! Michael " JavaTM Access Bridge for the Microsoft Windows Operating System Version 2.0.1 Setup Information Contents ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------- Setting Up the Java Access Bridge The Java Access Bridge should only be installed by hand as a last resort. The recommended way to install the Java Access Bridge is to use the Java Access Bridge installer, which will locate the Java VMs installed on your system that support the Java Access Bridge, and then install the Java Access Bridge into those Java VMs that you identify. The Java Access Bridge installer is a self-extracting executable file called AccessBridge-2_0_1.exe. The instructions below describe what the Java Access Bridge installer does, allowing you to make those modifications by hand if necessary. Please note: the Java Access Bridge package includes three editions of the Java Accessibility Utilities file 'jaccess.jar', which differs for Java 2 SDK 1.2, Java 2 SDK 1.3, and Java 2 SDK 1.4. These files are named jaccess-1_2.jar, jaccess-1_3.jar, and jaccess-1_4.jar. Please use the jaccess-1_4.jar for Java 2 SDK 5.0. Using JDK 1.1 Environments Version 1.0.2 of the Java Access Bridge is required for JDK 1.1 environments. See the compatibility table for complete information. Using Java Environments (Including SDK v1.2.2, v1.3.x, v1.4.x, and v5.0) To begin the installation, locate your Java platform extensions directory, which is the jre\lib\ext subdirectory under the directory in which your JDK is installed. Typical locations are: c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0\jre\lib\ext c:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_05\lib\ext Copy the following files into that directory: jaccess-1_2.jar for Java 2 platform edition 1.2.x, or jaccess-1_3.jar for Java 2 platform edition 1.3.x, or jaccess-1_4.jar for Java 2 platform edition 1.4.x, or jaccess-1_4.jar for Java platform edition 1.5.x; and access-bridge.jar. The Java Virtual Machine consults a number of property files as it starts up. You will need to modify the c:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_05\lib\ext\accessibility.properties file in order to enable accessibility. The Java Accessibility Utilities examples documentation explains how this all works. Add the following line to the accessibility.properties file: assistive_technologies=com.sun.java.accessibility.AccessBridge This line tells the Java VM to load the AccessBridge assistive technology, which it finds in the standard extensions directory. In addition, if you are using screen magnification technologies such as ZoomText from Ai Squared, you must also indicate the presence of screen magnification by adding the following line to the accessibility.properties file: screen_magnifier_present=true Compatibility Information In the Java Foundation Classes 1.1 with Swing 1.1, the name of the packages containing both the Swing classes and the Java Accessibility API classes changed (from com.sun.java.swing and com.sun.java.accessibility to javax.swing and javax.accessibility respectively). Java applications and applets built with earlier versions of Swing and/or the Java Accessibility API will not work with the Java Accessibility Utilities version 1.1 and later, nor will they work with the Java Access Bridge. The compatibility table details the versions of the Java platform, Java Foundation Classes, Java Accessibility Utilities, Java Plugin, and Java Access Bridge that work with each other. Working From a Browser The Java Plugin, at http://java.sun.com/products/plugin, provides a browser plug-in that contains the Sun Java VM. This VM includes the ability to replace the EventQueue in order to load assistive technologies (or, in the case of the JDK 1.2 version of the Java Plugin; load assistive technologies directly). The Java Plugin (version 1.2.2 and later) includes the Java Foundation Classes (and thereby Swing and the Java Accessibility API). The Java Plugin is typically installed on your c:\ drive within your Program Files directory. It may be a separate, or second Java VM. The Java platform extensions directory is typically at: c:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_05\lib\ext which is where you must put the accessbridge.jar and jaccess.jar files. The parent lib directory is where the accessibility.properties file is located, which must be likewise modified as above. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------- Copyright (c) 2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Please send comments to: access@xxxxxxx "
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- Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 01:22:07 +0100Hi again, now I have more info regarding the site. After logging in, there is a window that opens, with a kind of Java applet. It contains callendar and other buttons, and at the end there is Java V applet. She downgraded from Runtime Environment 10 to I think 7, no access bridge installed, and now all other websites seem to work OK again. The only thing that doesn't work is this Java applet. Some parts do read well, but the callendar and tasks are presented in a strange way, some of the items not appearing at all. Any Ideas? Regards and thanks a lot, Nermin -- JFW related links: JFW homepage: http://www.freedomscientific.com/ Scripting mailing list: http://lists.the-jdh.com/listinfo.cgi/scriptography-the-jdh.com JFW List instructions: To post a message to the list, send it to jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send a message to jfw-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject line. Archives located at: http://www.freelists.org/archives/jfw If you have any concerns about the list, post received from the list, or the way the list is being run, do not post them to the list. Rather contact the list owner at jfw-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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