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    Question Help!!!! Lost My Javascript And Can't Reinstall It

    Yesterday on Friday 3-7-08 My javascript got lost and won't let me into pogo games and a few other websites I enjoy. I've gone to java.com and tried re-installing it but with no luck. I really need someone to help me figure out what's wrong.
    This is an EMERGENCY!!!!!

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    JavaScript is not something you can lose or install. If you are using any reasonably popular browser, you have JavaScript. You can't delete it unless you delete the browser. It may be disabled but it's there.

    You need to tell us what browser you're using.

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    Question lost my javascript and can't reinstall it

    I'm using windows 2000 professional with an Avant Browser. Please help me.

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    That's not the problem. Pogo uses Java to run it's games, so you just need to reinstall that. Look at the Pogo help files, they should be of some use if Java.com doesnt help.
    My code never has bugs. Just unintentional features.

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    "javascript" is client-side ("it's on your computer") and is hard-coded into the computer's shell, -you cannot 'loose it' any more than you can 'lose' the ability to create/read HTML with the same computer...
    "Javascript" can and might be disabled, but you cannot 'loose it' if you had it originally.

    You CAN lose "JAVA", which is installable, updatable, etc. (and can ALSO be 'turned off' by user's choice!)...

    Go to:

    and follow the instructions. (I did and discovered that I was using an older version of JAVA, so *I* downloaded & installed the latest version myself!).

    -Joel
    I build for: Firefox and tweak for IE

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    try firefox. it's really better

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