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#1 2019-06-25 13:30:05

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Using Internet plug-ins in Safari for Mac. Before you can use a web browser plug-in that you've installed and trusted, you might need to turn it on in Safari preferences. Safari no longer supports most plug-ins. To load webpages more quickly, save energy, and strengthen security, Safari is optimized for content that uses the HTML5 web standard
Starting with JDK 7 update 6 Oracle provides a JRE version for Mac OS X users which includes a Java Plugin. The download is available in our main Java SE download page. Oracle does not provide version of the JRE below Java SE 7. For earlier versions of Java SE for Mac please contact Apple Computer
When I updated Safari to v.12, I found out that Java no longer works. I installed the latest version of Java restarted my Mac and Safari. When I went to the Java test page I got the message "Unsupported plug-in."
The Java Plugin for web browsers relies on the cross-platform plugin architecture NPAPI, which had been supported by all major web browsers for over a decade. Apple's Safari version 12 and above have dropped support for NPAPI, and therefore Java Plugin do not work on these browsers anymore.
No matter which web browser you use on your computer, you will need the Java plug-in from Oracle in order to view content that uses Java, such as Java applets. The Safari web browser on Mac from Apple is no exception. Java applets are common on the Internet. It is important, therefore, to know how to enable and disable Java in Safari on Mac if it is your web browser of choice.
In Safari 6.1 and later, you can enable or disable the Java plug-in for individual websites from the Security pane of Safari preferences.When the plug-in is installed but disabled on a website, Safari displays the disabled plug-in prompt instead of the Java content:
Note that Apple has removed NPAPI plugin support in its Safari browser version 12, and therefore Java Plugin cannot be enabled in Safari browser version 12 and above. More info. The screen shots and instructions below are for Java 8 Update 65 (8u65). Install Java on Mac. Download the jre-8u65-macosx-x64.pkg file.
The Missing Plug-in prompt may also display if you have an outdated version of the plug-in, allowing you to update your Mac with the latest version. To view the content, you will need to install the missing plug-in. Below we show you how to install missing plug-in with Mac OS X.
In the Safari browser, plug-ins can be installed to add functionality and enhance the power of the application. Some, such as basic Java plug-ins, may come prepackaged with Safari while others are installed by you.
Safari on the Mac has the ability to run third party plug-ins, some of which may perform additional services and bring additional functionality to the web experience. Plug-ins include things like Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and other similar multimedia tools that are added into the browser

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