Help for Jungle Beads game
Questions & Answers
The game is not appearing; I see a box where it is supposed to be, but no game.
Answer: If you are a Windows XP user, you probably need to update Java.
The game worked yesterday but not today
The problem could possibly be
a shortage of memory or disc space on your computer. Reboot and retry.
I receive a message that says “Illegal operation”
The “Illegal operation” message is most likely a fault of your browser. Netscape 4 for example
often crashes your computer has insufficient memory. Close all windows and reboot your computer to increase the amount of available memory.
Problem with game loading
The games will not work if you have WebTV or Windows 3
If a game takes more than 2 minutes to start there may be Internet congestion or heavy game
activity. If after 2 minutes the game has not started click on the refresh button on your
internet browser and wait for the game to load.
Continued problems maybe be a result of an incompatible browser, a browser
without Java support or Java is not turned on.
We recommend that you use the latest versions of your internet browser. Below are free
Download the current Internet Explorer PC
click here Mac
Download the current Netscape Browser for PC or Mac click here
Turn on Java feature
Internet Explorer, go to tools/Internet Options. Click on advanced options, scroll down to
Java, click the check box which is next to Java Console enables
Still having a problem. Try the following.
1. Internet Explorer: Open Explorer program, not internet explorer. Go to
C:\WINDOWS\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5 click on the folder. Delete all the files.
Netscape: Open Explorer program, not internet explorer. Go to C:\Program
Files\Netscape\Users\ click on the folder under Users, then open Cache folder. Delete all
the files except fat.db.
2. Holding down the shift key press the reload button on your browser
AOL users see bottom of page.
For problems with graphics/images
If pieces are duplicated you may have a low computer resources problems
Close all running programs, relaunch your browser and try again then
Checking your system resources open windows explorer (not internet explorer) click on
help/about windows. Displayed is your available system resources.
If the problem is with our Web Site e-mail us. Please include the name of the
game and a description of the problem. Include the Java console information in your email,
along with your browsers version number (to see click on help/about) and your operating
system (example Win 98). Send this info together with a brief description of the problem
and the name of the game.
Error messages can be found in Java console. When e-mailing support include a copy of
this log. To find log see instructions below.
Netscape - Go to communicator/tool/Java console. Copy the content.
Internet Explorer - Go to tools/internet options, then click on advanced and check
“Java console enabled”. This will enable the Java console. After a restart of
your browser you can select View / Java console from the menu then copy the content. You
will first need to repeat the problem.
Game does not fit my screen
Windows: To change your monitor setting, click on the start button in the lower left part
of our computer window, scroll to settings, scroll to control panel, then click on display
image, click on setting button at top of new window, increase the screen area
MAC: From the pull down Apple menu, (top left corner of the screen) pull down Control
Panels, choose Monitors and select “options” increase the resolution setting.
AOL users having problems seeing games
Try downloading AOL 6.0 Go to 'keyword'. Click on that, type in upgrade, click go,
then just follow the screen prompts, take your time, do this step by step.
If you have AOL 5.0, go to “My AOL”, click on 'preferences', then in
the window that comes up, click on 'www', when that window pops up, ( AOL Internet
Properties), click the 'Security' tab. Make sure you check the Security Setting at
medium!! If you put a check mark on “high”, you will not be able to see about
50% of web graphics, or be able to view all pages. While you are still in this 'window',
click on 'Web Graphics'. UNCHECK the box that says 'use compressed graphics. Using
compressed graphics does NOT speed up your loading time on any pages. Assuming you have
done all the above, if you use AOL's Browser as your main 'roadway' to the Web, you now
should be able to view any and all applets.
Still problems. Windows 95 and Windows 98 comes with Microsoft Internet Explorer
“built in”, or integrated in with your system. 1. Launch Microsoft Internet
Explorer. 2.. Look up at the top toolbar, click on 'view', then click on 'internet
options'. When the new window pops up, click on the 'advanced' tab. Scroll down in the new
window until you see “Java VM”, CHECK all boxes in that category. After
you have checked all the boxes, you will have to re-start your computer. When it is up and
going, you should have the ability to view any and all games.
The games require a Java-enabled Web browser to play the games, and some versions of
the AOL software don't come with a Java-enabled browser. If you're on a Mac, the AOL
browsers with AOL v3.0 and AOL v4.0 aren't Java-enabled. In addition, the 16-bit (Windows
3.1) version of AOL v3.0 doesn't have a Java-enabled browser. You can still play our games
with your AOL account, though just download Internet Explorer or Netscape, above, and play
through these browsers, or just upgrade to AOL 6.0.
I'm connected to America Online while playing a games and get disconnected. Why?
If you're not directly using one of AOL's services, and happen to be off surfing the Net,
playing Classic Games or the like, AOL will send out an "You have been idle "
message after a period of time. If you don't respond, they'll automatically disconnect you
from the Internet.
All the images do not show. Why?
America Online has a preference to “use compressed graphics” when viewing World
Wide Web pages. This needs to be turned off to play our games.
Launch America Online and sign on.
Click the “My AOL” button from the button bar and pull down
From the next dialog box, click the “WWW” button.
When the “AOL Internet Properties” dialog box appears, click the Web Graphics
Make sure “Use compressed graphics” DOES NOT have a check in front of it.
Click the Apply; button. Next, click the General tab at the top of this dialog
Under the Temporary Internet Files section, click the “Delete Files” button.
When the confirmation dialog box appears, click the “OK” button. Click the
“OK” button to exit the “AOL Internet Properties” dialog box