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What was highest version w/o plug-in?

 
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I created an applet for someone's web page & now their www-page specialist is refusing to use anything that requires the java plug-in. I need to check what classes will need to be substituted, if that's even possible. What was the highest java version whose classes all work w/o the plug-in?
 
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Hi Elouise,
I think it is 1.1.7.
Regards,
Manfred.
 
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Thanks, I'll try to weed out the older classes & see what I can do using older stuff.
 
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1.1.4
 
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