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Was wondering if anyone else is having trouble with the interactive maps and firefox? My browser seems to freeze up for about 20-30 seconds while the map is trying to load and I see 'Firefox is not responding' at the top. In addition I keep getting a pop up message saying something to the affect of do I want to keep running scripts on this page. I then have to answer yes or no and then finally the maps loads. It's not really that big of deal because eventually everything does end up working but something isn't quite right.

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When I use Firefox it appears to lock up when loading the NV Sites Complete map. However, after 20 seconds it loads up. Just a Firefox issue. But it still loads for me. And in about the same total time as Chrome.

 

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When I use Firefox it appears to lock up when loading the NV Sites Complete map. However, after 20 seconds it loads up. Just a Firefox issue. But it still loads for me. And in about the same total time as Chrome.

 

Yes it's the NV sites complete map. Any idea what's up with the 'Warning: Unresponsive script' issue that happens every time it loads?

 

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Yes it's the NV sites complete map. Any idea what's up with the 'Warning: Unresponsive script' issue that happens every time it loads?

 

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I've never had this issue. I have no idea what it means.

 

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The map completely locks up Firefox on my computer. I have waited several minutes and it does nothing. It has slowly gotten worse till it got to this point, but if I use Chrome it stalls out for 10 seconds or so and then loads.

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I get the same box that pops up. Just click "Don't ask me again" and "Continue" and wait a few minutes for it to load. I am using Firefox Beta 20. The box simply means in layman's that the script that is trying to load (maps) is very processor and RAM intensive and doesn't immediately report back to the system which makes Firefox think it's stopped working. But as I said above don't worry about it.

 

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It just locked up my browser and I couldn't do anything on the computer for more than 60 seconds. Couldn't change between windows or check my e-mail. I guess I have to stop using firefox when I check the map.

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I've never had this issue. I have no idea what it means.

 

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I believe it means you've had a memory leak in Firefox and ran out of RAM. I've had this happen when I've been programming and accidentally wrote an infinite loop.

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Yes it's the NV sites complete map. Any idea what's up with the 'Warning: Unresponsive script' issue that happens every time it loads?

 

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Pretty sure that is firefox having an issue. The brownells website constantly does that to my firefox

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The brownells website constantly does that to my firefox

That's funny.  I just Googled "Brownells and Firefox".  I'm surprised! LOL.  I'm having the same annoying issue with Brownells.  Seemed like it just started happening this past year.

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Chrome opens a process for every tab and plugin. You'll see a trillion chrome.exe's in taskman. The one is frozen but that's it. It's loading. Ffox just has poor handle management for this sort of thing. It's one aspect where Chrome really excels. Others are following suit with multiprocess but Chrome is the extreme case. Downside is, it does populate your taskman with dozens instances.

 

Try opening the map in a separate window of Firefox. Idk if this works on your rev but it should invoke an additional process.

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