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JavaRa 2.0 and command line

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    Shane Gowland

    If it’s embedded into other software (excluding non-esoteric web browsers) it will not be touched.

    I’m going to have a look at how complex implementing your suggestion would be before deciding whether it’s going to happen.

    #9013 Reply

    great, thank you for your answer.

    I would imagine people would be interested in uninstalling all obsolete Java versions and keep the latest on their computer. It is also nice to have the choice to do a complete Java wipe, I think the 2 options make sense.

    thanks again

    #9014 Reply

    is it possible to use javara in a shutdown script ??
    It is working fine when I launch the script by double clicking but not when I add the script in Shutdown script.

    #9017 Reply

    Is this specific to Opera, or does it affect other browsers that use the Flahs plugin?

    On win7 x64 this trick does not work. But on win 8.1 DP x86 works. This bug only to Opera and Firefox. I’ll try to find the key in the log JavaRa that breaks the Flash plug-in.

    Windows 10 Insider Preview, x64

    #9018 Reply

    Found it.


    Windows 10 Insider Preview, x64

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