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To see flash controls we have to install Flash from Adobe.

Is it same for JavaFX? Or its like zero footprint client?
 
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Hi Nikes,

Downloading the necessary runtime happens automatically (once) when the page with a JavaFX app loads. So, it is transparent to the user.
 
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That means it is installed on client side when we access JavaFX page first time.

So if I access some other JavaFX page, some days later, it will find that plug in on my machine, and if success
it will not load runtime again? Please confirm.

Thanks,
Nikesh
 
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Correct.
 
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