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At this point all I can tell you is that Apple keeps changing exactly how Safari handles Java applets. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Things haven't been stable long enough for me to figure out what is going on. We are working on a live non-java 3-D viewer that I hope to have working in Sage this summer. Java is still faster and more responsive, but Apple and Microsoft seem to be trying hard to squash Java. I have not got a definite workaround at this point. You can try Firefox. What I know works is Chromium and FireFox under Linux, where you can actually install Java without the OS trying to override your settings. You can also try adjusting the security level to medium in the Java control panel. Some have had success with that.