I wonder whether I can safely install the new Java for Apple (Java for OS X
2012-006 1.0) that is proposed by the App Store.
The update improves security, reliability and compatibility , updating to
1.6.0_37 for Java SE 6.
What worries me a little is that the update will eliminate the Java-applet
plugin (from Apple) from all web browsers it find on my computer. I will
then have to install manually the newest version of the Java-applet plugin
What will be the incidence of this installation (and possible
des-installation) on LibreOffice?
I ask because there were earlier issues with Java updates (by Apple or
otherwise) for the norùal functioning of LibO.
Thanks for your ideas
using LibO 126.96.36.199 on a iMac Intel DualCore MountainLion 10.8.1
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