|Tom’s JAVA Slide Show|
Like all good toys it can be broken. Play with it.
Provided Java is installed and up-to-date, download and launch the executable jar file (547 KB).
Press the button to navigate to the Slide Show applet page.
https://www.teanow5pm.co.uk/jtssjnlp.jnlp (2.2 KB)
Click the JNLP button or the link* to open Tom’s JAVA Slide Show with Web Start.
* If supported, clicking on the link launches jtssjnlp.jnlp and right-clicking (Windows) gives you the option of saving the file.
What Java version should you have?
Java increases virtual memory usage.
To optimize memory management, JRE 6 (j2se version 1.6+) at least is recommended.
To fix dots-per-inch (DPI) scaling on high definition screens, use JRE 9 or higher.
Oracle’s Java version 7u25 and below have been disabled by Apple on OS X. Updating to the latest release should allow Java to be run on Mac OS X version 10.7.3 (Lion) and above. 32-bit browsers do not support Java 7 and later versions on the Mac platform.
Java’s built-in security checks the applet or JNLP application for Web provenance.
You may be warned about the security risk before the code runs. If your access is blocked, you can add a certificate to Java storage. Download TIGcer.zip (695 bytes).
• locate TIG.cer within the Zip file you downloaded
• open Java control panel
• select “Security” tab
• click “manage Certificates...” button
• select “Signer CA” option in the “Certificate type” combo-box
• import TIG.cer
The certificate is valid until 2039-10-21.
Installing the certificate enables your system to identify the publisher “TIG.Java Root CA”.