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I wonder if something is going on at Apple's end, where the Siri processing gets done.Perhaps in preparation for i OS 8.] As of August 29, 2014, Google has decided to intentionally break old browsers.[crarko adds: I tested this, and it works as described. I tried it in 10.10 beta 2, and it also worked there.There's not much documentation for it, so tinker around a bit to get the result you want.] I'm writing a detailed set of instructions for getting VPN 'on-demand' working with i OS 7.I think the actual hint here is a reminder that if a site misbehaves, changing the user agent can be an effective troubleshooting tool.] Usually I want to open Gmail in Chrome and URLs pointing to my development server in Firefox. There is this nifty free app called Lin Castor that enables you to register your own handler for an URL.Although it had beed designed to register your own non-standard URL schemes, it can intercept standard http and https as well.The first thing is that you have to do some configuring of both Java and Safari to get the applet to run at all.
If you want Google searches to go back to the modern style, you need to change your User-Agent string.
In Lin Castor (which you need to double-click twice to fully open for editing): on handle_url(args) if (|URL| of args starts with "https://mail.google.") then tell application "Google Chrome" open location |URL| of args end tell else if (|URL| of args starts with " then tell application "Firefox" open location |URL| of args end tell else tell application "Safari" open location |URL| of args end tell end return 1 end Obviously you should customize the code to suite your own specific needs.
You can validate the script right in Lin Castor before saving/activating it.
For Safari, enable the Develop Window and use an option in there that works. [crarko adds: I don't have an older system active at the moment to try this.
It's inevitable that older software becomes obsolete, the same way older hardware does.
Simply put, you can have multiple versions of Java in different places.