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Java add on
Posted by flower1111 18 Dec 2015 4:05pm
    


Sometimes I can get into BG with no problem using Java. The next time it wants me to install the add on. I do and still get the same prompt. Ive done that and it still wont let me in. Whats up?



Java and non-Java Backgammon at GameColony.com
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 18 Dec 2015 4:15pm
    


Our recommended way to play backgammon at GameColony.com is: using our new non-Java backgammon blue app or green app

Our recommended web browser: Google Chrome

You can also play GameColony backgammon on mobile devices using native Backgammon app for Android and Backgammon app for iOS.
Java applets are on their way out the door as many web browsers are either limiting their support for Java applets or dropping it.

To play our games using Java applets, please do NOT use Google Chrome browser or Windows 10 Edge browser - these browsers cannot display Java games at this time.

For Java: please use one of the following browsers :
Internet Explorer, FireFox or Safari.

To quickly diagnose if Java is working correctly, check if you see your Java version is listed
HERE.

If Java version does not appear (if you only see horizontal lines), your Java is not working correctly. Please install Java from www.java.com

After Java is installed, upon 1st entry to Java game rooms, you'd be asked to install GameColony Java 8 add-on. Please ignore any warnings during add-on installation and restart your browser after the installation.

Note:
1. It is easier to install Java add-on using Internet Explorer - NOT FireFox.

2. Every time new Java version gets installed manually or automatically,you'll need to re-install Java add-on.

GameColony Java add-on for Windows

GameColony Java add-on for Mac



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