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I tried that now, but it was already like you say...
All the boxes in the box below were also ticked, what else could it be?
The alert box that comes up is :
Message: Cannot Load Page Inside Of A Frame!
If it makes a difference, I'm running RH 8.0 and mozilla 1.0.1, I just had a thought, when I click Help > About Plugins It comes up with a page, it has one plugin which supposedly handles everything, is there a Java Plugin I have to download?
Distribution: Fedora Core 7 and older, Knoppix, Ubuntu
I found a better page to download one. http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
This one will work a little slicker.
Just download the rpm. It will download as a bin, so you have to do a ./filename
and then you can excecute the rpm.