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Roarcore .MOD Player (Pop-Up Web Applet)



The Roarcore .MOD Player will open as a pop-up applet below. You can then continue browsing, and the pop-up will not disappear when you visit a new web page.

If a Java security dialog box appears, you will need to click "Yes" to grant the applet permission to run. This version of the player permits you to load .MOD files from your local system, which is considered by Java to be a security risk. The Roarcore .MOD Player does not modify any files on your local system, however, and does not report any information or send any files to this site.

The player is pre-loaded with a playlist of files which are downloaded automatically from this site as needed. You can also add files from your local system to the playlist using the "Add Song" button or the "Load All Songs from Directory..." option under the "File" menu.

If the pop-up does not appear, there are several things you can try:

  • If the Java 2 Runtime Environment (1.4 or higher) is not installed on your computer, you can download it from www.java.com. (The Java Browser Plug-in and Java Web Start are automatically included.)
  • The pop-up may have been blocked by a pop-up blocker in your browser. If this is the case, you may wish to temporarily disable the pop-up blocker and reload this page.
  • You may have disabled Java in your browser. Re-enable Java through the "Properties" or "Internet Options" control panel in your browser.
  • The download of the applet may have been blocked by a firewall or a content filter. If you are at a corporate site, unfortunately there is little you can do to resolve this -- try again from your home computer.
  • Sometimes clearing your browser's cache may help.
  • Try another browser, such as Mozilla or Firefox instead of Internet Explorer.

In some browsers and on some slower computers, the playback may be frequently interrupted by short pauses. This is due to the Java garbage collection mechanism and is unfortunately unavoidable in this environment. Playback quality is always much better with the Java Web Start or Windows Executable versions, which you may wish to try instead.




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