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Your browser is not able to run Java The World Xiangqi League game client software is written in the Java programming language. This allows you to run our game software without having to first download and install any special software on your computer. The only thing you need is a web browser which has the Java language built in.

If your browser is Java-enabled, you should see a Rubik's Cube to the right. Drag it around with your mouse. (This Rubik's Cube is a Java Applet written by Karl Hrnell. Here is the source.)

The best browsers to use for Java applications are: Netscape 3, Netscape 4, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3. (Unfortunately, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 has some differences in Java which can cause some bugs. We are trying to work around these.)

Here are the steps to enable your browser to use Java. (If you are using AOL, please see our special AOL instructions.)
Netscape [Netscape] Microsoft [MSIE]

    Netscape Navigator 3.x

  1. Invoke Options->Network Preferences
  2. Click on the Languages tab at the top of the Preferences dialog.
  3. Click to Enable Java and Enable Java Script and then on the OK button at the bottom of the Preferences dialog to close it.
  4. Invoke Options->Show Java Console if you want to view errors from any Java applets.

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x

  1. Invoke View->Options...
  2. Click on the Security tab
  3. Click to Enable Java programs
  4. Click on the Advanced tab
  5. Click on Enable Java logging if you want Java errors to be logged to a file. (Errors will not start to be logged until after the next time you restart Windows. The logfile will live in a location such as c:\windows\Java\javalog.txt.)

    Netscape Communicator 4.x

  1. Invoke Edit->Preferences
  2. Click on Category Advanced
  3. Click on Enable Java
  4. Click OK to close Preferences dialog.
  5. Invoke Communicator->Java Console

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x

  1. Invoke View->Internet Options
  2. Click on Java console enabled
  3. Click on Java logging enabled
  4. Click on OK to close Internet Options dialog
  5. Restart if it tells you to do so.
  6. Invoke View->Java Console

If after you complete the above steps you are still get "Your browser is not able to run Java." when you try to login, try these steps:

See also information about how your browser cache deals with Java.

Here are a few pointers to more information about Java. (Note that JavaScript is not Java.)

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