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    I am seeing increased appearances of this error message (screenshot below) when I'm waiting for a web page to load up. I've searched for an answer but reckon someone here will know more than me about why it's getting worse and how to fix it.

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    Hi oddjob

    firefox ?

    This is probably because you are getting a timeout ... the pageload, file upload etc, is taking too long for firefox's liking...

    try this ....

    Type about:config in Firefox’s address bar

    Scroll down to the value for dom.max_script_run_time.

    Change the value from the default (5) to whatever it takes ...20, 50 even 100

    That should take care of it :wink:

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    I vaguely recall this now you mention it. However, thanks for the advice. All done. Don't worry ... I'll be sure to let you know if it happens again, Steam. :wink:

    Many thanks.

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    You're welcome oddjob :wink:

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