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    1000+ Posts pgti6's Avatar
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    Is anyone else experiencing problems either accessing PM's or logging out? The pop-up windows are freezing requiring a force quit of FireFox 36.0 on OSX 10.6.8.

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    The ones you get for reading a notification & the one you get when you log out.
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    Must be an OSX thing..............
    Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone............

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    Not OSX, Kim. If you disable javascript you'll notice that these features are executed in javascript (ie, you won't get them).

    It is possible to pass all the site through a console that analyses what's going on, before your browser tries to make sense of the source. In a nutshell, the site is loading jQuery (a javascript library), externally. Whenever I've had slow activity it has turned out to be problems with jQuery. It's clumsy.

    Even OSX has a few tools - use netstat to see what you are connected to.


    Edit: I just ran my analysis setup, and at the moment each reference to code.jquery.com for data is taking about 420 ms. It's behaving nicely at that speed, but a second or two would be noticed.
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