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oranjdisc Jul 12, 2001 10:48 PM
How do I run a java app?
I've got a java app that I downloaded, but I have no idea what do with it or how to run it. It's got a coffee cup icon, with an apple logo on the front of it, and two hands grabbing it. I asked someone else, but they referred me to a Sun web site where all they had was Linux / Windows apps to run it in.

How do I handle this on a Mac?

thanks...
 
Jacke Jul 13, 2001 01:42 PM
What OS version are you on? On all the recent Mac OS versions there has been included Mac Runtime for Java (MRJ) that also includes an applet runner. Search your hard drive for "Applet Runner". If you don't have it, here's the link to the latest verison: http://download.info.apple.com/Apple..._2.2.5.smi.bin
 
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