11/23/11
7:39 am

Forum Question: Java Creates Problem When Netbanking

I have a java problem for long time now. I installed Lion. After that, it was ok for few minutes, then back to hell.It is quite annoying, it reminds me of windows.
It manifests like following: When I want to go to my netbanking (it uses java for log in), the web site becomes VERY slow. When finaly the website appears, the square where log in fiedls should be remains white for VERY long time. When it comes, it is difficult to start writing, I can see the line blinking but I have to click once more on the field and then wait again wathing the beachball of Apple (long time) for the window that asks me if I agree that the app starts. After I tast the username and password it goes easier into the website.
When I try to update system says that I have the newest version og Java.
Now, we have in Danmark more and more websites that uses digital signature. I have the same problem on all the other websites.
How should I find the problem? AND solve it.
Thanks
L.E. As an observation: while waiting, if I try to go on another window on another website, that it was open from before, that window goes white too….
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Marius

Comments: 4 Responses to “Java Creates Problem When Netbanking”

    11/23/11 @ 7:44 am

    It may not be a Java problem.
    Have you tried using another browser? Try Chrome or Firefox to see if that helps. It is a good idea to keep other browsers around for just such purposes. That’s try whether you are on Mac or Windows and whatever your primary browser is.
    Give that a try and see if the site simply isn’t compatible with Safari 5.1.
    Then also use the Safari, Report Bugs to Apple menu choice while on your banking site so they get a report about the issue.

    Marius
    11/23/11 @ 5:10 pm

    I did try, it is the same. Firefox freezes. I feel like in front of a very old Windows. What to do?

      11/23/11 @ 8:47 pm

      It sounds like there might be a problem with the web site then. Have you tried to contact them?

    Marius
    11/24/11 @ 7:48 am

    Yes, this is the same with all the websites that use digital signature.

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