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    Sep 13, 2011, 05:01 AM
    When left open overnight Firefox gives "script stops responding" message
    I forget the exact language, but here's the scoop:

    Over the past couple of months, when I leave Firefox running on my office computer overnight, when I come in in the morning, I have a popup on my screen that says a script stopped responding.

    At that point Firefox won't close. I have to use the Task Manager to shut it down.

    I DO use Google as my home page - and am always logged into my account.

    This has been the case with me for years, but this problem started just a couple months ago.

    I can work around it by trying to remember to shut down the browser at the end of the day... but can anyone think of anything that I can try to allow me to keep it open overnight?


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