f the error happens only on a specific website, you can block scripts from running on that website. Many sites still function even if scripting is disabled.
1. Install the YesScript extension and restart Firefox.
2. Open the Firefox window, click the Tools menu and select Add-ons.
3. In the dialog that comes up, click on the YesScript entry.
4. In the YesScript Blacklist dialog, type the URL of the site that's giving you problems in the text box.
5. Click Add. The domain name of the site will be added to the list.
Now that the problematic site has been blocked from running scripts, it will no longer cause unresponsive script warnings.
I have noticed some problems recently with HF boards when I try to type in replies. I am not savvy with regards to internet and a bit paranoid about it and although my anti-virus scans are good still suspicious of this site or its advertisers. No other website causes me the problems I'm seeing this week, just this one.
Part of me wondered if I hit some threshhold now with so many posters on my ignore list that the system was attacking me but I'd be surprised if I have more people on ignore than normal for a Coyotes fan anyway...
I installed NoScript (noscript.net) on Firefox, which blocks all scripts by default. Then I can simply pick and choose what I want to allow, which is about 10% of the scripts that can run on a site at a given time.