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That's a good idea
LOL or even a share BUTTON
hi mods I am spreading the word via pinterst is it possible to set up a share buttom
PS a friend sent me this email which helped me sort out my Java and drawing here: I'll assume the upgrade was to the most recent version of Java. If not, these instructions might not work.
I don't know what operating system you have, but in most versions of Windows, you should be able to open the control panel and find the "Java" option. Open that, then click the "Security" tab. Click "Edit Site List..", and add http://youdraw.com and http://www.youdraw.com to the list.
When you open the drawpad you'll get a security warning, but if you click Run you'll be able to draw.
Hope that helps,
Hi- thanks for your concern- my computer was broken and I was too fed up to get it fixed ( life was getting to me a bit) I left a message through a friends facebook account because I realised that I had not been able to get in touch- THEN I had trouble with Java so could not draw here- finally got it fixed - seems like other people had the same problem- hugs!
OK *A* good luck with the java thing
*Great instructions to follow RJH and I was able to get through the process on my office computer, but... it didn't work in the end. Still unable to access. I will try my home computer and see if XP will... Thanks for the info. Happy drawing and I'll keep watching ;-)!*
Hello *A* FINALLY I worked it out done all the things listed here still no joy but then...
the penny dropped..went into my security settings by clicking on control panel( the one where all the logos come up and clicked on security LOOK FOR INTERNET OPTIONS where there is an option to manage browser add ons
click that then click manage add ons then you should have a list of programms appear scroll down to oracle america where you will see java make sure its enabled then job done good luck
*You're not alone RJH...I've tried all the suggestions and reinstalled the newest version even though I had it, and still no luck. Access denied. It would be nice to be able to draw here again...*