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symiggy
27-03-2010, 03:33 PM
For the last few days Firefox does not close properly.
When I attempt to close the program it stops responding and I get the Warning: Unresponsive Script with/"Script: chrome://bp/content/bp.js:804" when attempting to close the browser.
I'm wondering how to avoid it and if it's an indication of something which needs attention.
This does not occur when I open Firefox in safe mode.
I have recently installed the Nightly tester tools extension, however after removing this extension the problem persists which was not present before I installed this extension. :confused:
I would appreciate any suggestions.
Thank you.

Speedy Gonzales
27-03-2010, 03:37 PM
Looks like it happens to others as well. What addons have you installed in FF??

What version are you using now if its a nightly build? It wont happen in safe safe, since it disables addons

symiggy
27-03-2010, 03:53 PM
Speedy:

I am currently using Firefox Version 3.6.2

My extensions are:

Adblock Plus 1.1.3
Al Roboform Toolbar for Firefo 6.9.98
BetterPrivacv 1.47
British English Dictionary 1.19
Broadband Speed Test andDiagnostics 1.2.5
Dcurrency 0.3.5
DictionarySearch 3.6.3
DownloadHelper 4.7.2
FireGestures 1.5.6
Flashblock 1.5.13
Gmail Notifier 0.6.4.1
lEView 1.4.5.1
InFormEnter 0.5.5.8
McAfee SiteAdvisor3.1
MR Tech Toolkit 6.0.4
Multicolumn Bookmarks 1.2
NoScript 1.9.9.57
Nuke Anything Enhanced 1.0.2
Open Bookmarks in New Tab 0.1.2009100801
OpenMedSpel 1.0.8
searchOnTab 1.0.3
StumbleUpon 3.63
TidyRead 0.4.0
TrackMeNot 0.6.721
Undo Closed Tabs Button 3.6.2
United States English Dictionary 4.0.0
Update Notifier 0.1.5.5
Xmarks 3,5.7

Installed Themes: [2]
• Aeon 3.6
• Default

catspyjamas
27-03-2010, 04:02 PM
I read a post on another forum (which I am now having trouble finding for you!) about someone else having scripting errors since updating to version 3.6.2. The problem went away after they uninstalled Firefox & then reinstalled it. Version 3.6.2 is working OK for them now. Whether or not their issue is the same as your's I don't know. They have Adblock + & NoScript installed, but no other addons if memory serves me correctly.

Speedy Gonzales
27-03-2010, 04:02 PM
I would disable them one by one. See which one fixes it

symiggy
27-03-2010, 04:05 PM
I would disable them one by one. See which one fixes it

Thanks I'll give a try

jedzi
31-03-2010, 10:47 PM
I've had the same problem for the last week or 2, so I'd be really interested to find out if you've tracked it down. I haven't got many add-ons, so it might be worth starting with these:

IEView
BetterPrivacy
Xmarks

Jedzi

symiggy
01-04-2010, 10:58 AM
I've had the same problem for the last week or 2, so I'd be really interested to find out if you've tracked it down. I haven't got many add-ons, so it might be worth starting with these:

IEView
BetterPrivacy
Xmarks

Jedzi

Initially I tried to disable the add-ons one at a time, but it became tedious since I had to jump through loops each time I needed to close FF ...so I ended up just completely uninstalling it using Revo Uninstaller just to make sure I got rid of everything then I reinstalled FF and added my original extensions one at a time until I had 'em all....and somewhat surprisingly everything now works fine!! :banana

So I never really found out what was actually causing the problem but reinstalling FF fixed it

Speedy Gonzales
01-04-2010, 12:39 PM
Try updating java, it was updated the other day. Dont forget to uninstall all previous versions first