How do I fix non-responsive script?

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January 25, 2011 at 20:41:26
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#1
January 26, 2011 at 13:48:33
I assume you mean some web page shows this issue?

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#2
January 26, 2011 at 17:46:32
It is not a good idea to restrict those who might be wishing to help. Most people will just back away from a post bearing that sort of statement because it comes across as rude.

If it's a specific script you've written then it needs examing to see what is wrong with it. If it's a website we can check it out. If it's an overall problem that applies to any script it is yet a different matter. You don't even say what programming language you are talking about. Your question gives no clue whatsoever, so without more information how can you expect anyone to help?

Maybe this should have been posted on the Programming forum anyhow.

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#3
January 26, 2011 at 20:01:47
Derek

Thanks for the reply. The question refers to: "an overall problem that applies to any page javascript "apparently at random and only on random "surf and click sites."

Thank you, Ralph


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#4
January 27, 2011 at 07:08:57
I see them all the time and have assumed, rightly or wrongly, that they are minor coding errors on the websites themselves. They have to cater for a wide range of browsers, including the different versions of IE.

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#5
January 27, 2011 at 08:33:21
If you need more information then you don't have the answer.
Good idea! There's only, what, four Windows-supplied scripting languages, over six Windows-bundled script engines?

That figure doesn't even include the common, but not Microsoft owned, scripting languages, like Actionscript, and Perl. Nor does it include the commonly downloaded script engines, like Flash, Firefox, and Chrome.

I mean, if our magic crystal balls (or physic powers) can't immediately know what you're talking about, any knowledge or insight is instantly invalid.

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#6
January 27, 2011 at 13:50:01
Razor2.3

Thanks for the reply. The question refers to: "an overall problem that applies to any page javascript "apparently at random and only on random "surf and click sites."

-Firefox 3.6.13
-Windows 7 32-bit
-Error message saying unresponsive script: "continue" or "stop script"
-Windows PowerShell

Thanks, Ralph


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