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Just wanted to check in and say this set up world really well, thanks op.
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Just wanted to check in and say this set up world really well, thanks op.
Glad it helped. Sounds like no big deal but it really does make things faster and easier.
 
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You should keep an eye on Atlas Web Bowser, as you can save your java setting on a per site basis, so you could have it off by default and on for those that really require it.

Its currently beta and still has some issues and its not for everyone as its very minimalist.
 
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You should keep an eye on Atlas Web Bowser, as you can save your java setting on a per site basis, so you could have it off by default and on for those that really require it.

Its currently beta and still has some issues and its not for everyone as its very minimalist.
Yes I tried that one. Still pretty buggy but good start.
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