Embeding GeoGebra applet on eXe e-learning platform

jsz shared this question 8 years ago
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Hi!

I'm Jarek from Poland.

I try to place GeoGebra applet on eXe e-learning platform. I try to do it in the same way like in different tutorials of eXe ( i won't to describe it, cause a person who can help me solve this, know all, I think). When all is done, I get message: "The new Java Plug-In requires recent version of Firefox browser (3.0) or later). Geogebra version 3.2.46.0 December 17, 2010, eXe v. 1.04.1 and I couldn't find newer.

Firefox browser is installed in version 4 on my computer, but as I see in eXe installation for windows folder Mozilla with very old Firefox v1.8.x is a part of it.

What can I do? Could someone help me?

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I would try installing an older version of Firefox (instead of 4.0) and make sure Java is working in that.

http://www.oldapps.com/firefox.php

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Hi, thank you for your advise.

But when I run genereated dynamic worksheet standalone on Firefox 4, all is good - it works. Problem is different. I couldn't place GeoGebra applet in eXe editor...Because of firefox browser included in instalation package of eXe e-learning platform editor it seems is to old for GeoGebra applet. When I try to change Firefox browser inside eXe package it geneated next problems (incompatibilities old eXe editor components with new Firefox browser)

I try to find any advise from person, who can do that. In true I'm database software developer and my wife is a mathematic teacher in highschool.

And I strongly try to help her, answering her questions - why can't I do that? (and why you don't how make that... When I see this eXe and Geogebra first in my life). And it's a matter of honor for me :D

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I would try installing an older version of Firefox (instead of 4.0) and make sure Java is working in that.

http://www.oldapps.com/firefox.php


When you've done that and made sure it works, you should be able to use the same Java plugin in the eXe "Firefox 1.8"

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