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HowTo switch between jre and vm as IE java interpreter?

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How do I change the default java interpreter for Internet Explorer?  I want to test my applets on both.

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Tools>Internet options>Advanced>Use Java 2 for <applet>

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I've looked several times, it just isn't there.
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You must be running an early version of the plugin.
The capability to use the plugin as the default vm was only added at about v1.3.1 (roughly)
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what version of the plugin you got?
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rjackman earned 50 total points
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hi
u can chage it in your plugin
double click on
controlpanel>java Plug-in
will open the plugin window where u can find many settings chage the desired 1
cheers
RJ
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rjackman:

Thanks, that was a big help.  One thing though: on my machine I first had to click "Other Control Panel Options" before I saw the Java option, so it took some searching to find it.
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