after clearing the java cache I don't get any message for the unsigned applet - great; for the signed only the expected one.

Am 26.11.2013 um 21:31 schrieb Robert Hanson:

On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 10:57 AM, Alexander Rose <> wrote:

since "Running unsigned applications like this will be blocked in a future release..." wouldn't it be good to have a version of Jmol that has no access to the users computer thereby trying to reinstate a sandbox as for the unsigned applet? May be just 'download-like' capabilities via a file dialog.

That's not what that message means. It just means it is an untrusted applet. The applets are now signed by a trusted chain of authority,  so you should not be  seeing this message. I'm not seeing it anymore on my machine; may be some settings still needed on yours. Anyway, it's not the applet doing that.
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