Notes for Mac OS X users (please read it carefully)
Oct 16, 2012, Apple released the OS X 2012-006 update
which uninstalls the Apple-provided Java applet plug-in
from all web browsers. This means that if you installed
this update, you would have difficulity lauching AccuLive
online classroom software via your preferred browser like
Safari, Firefox or Chrome.
Then, what version of Java is compatible
with AccuLive Online Classroom software?
Java 7 for Mac OS X, totally rewritten by Oracle, is not
backward compatible. If you have Java 7 installed on your
Mac OS X (10.7.5/10.8.x/10.9.x), to ensure 100% compatibility,
please disable Java 7 and reinstall
Java 6 with the latest update. For more information
here is the link: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5559,
You can download the Apple-provided Java 6 from http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572.
from OS X 10.7, Apple does not include Java in its operating
system. Users must manually install the Java program. When
first trying to launch a Java program, a pop-up window will
appear, asking you to install Java. Once Java is installed,
you can launch AccuLive online classroom software.
step: You can download the app from here.
After downloading the file, please double click it and a
Mac disk volume will be mounted on your desktop. Open the
volume, drag the AccuLive Commander icon and drop it in
the Applications folder and it is done. Please refer to
the following screenshots:
step (optional): If you are running Mac OS X (10.9.x),
you might experience some problem opening the software.
You need to override the default Mac security settings by
holding the Control key and click the AccuLive Commander
icon to open it. Here is the detailed info about how to
run the software: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH14369