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script errors

script error Is there something I can download to help stop this ,Its very freqent now

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Re: script errors

You should be able to turn off or delay the alerts in your browser settings.

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Re: script errors

I have the same problem regardless if I am using IE or Edge.  Constant sript errors and have tried everything that you are told to and nothing works.  It is getting so that I have to use task manager to get out of whatever I am doing because the script just keeps on and on.

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Re: script errors

Most likely this is because you have a large inbox.  I have many emails and the pagination to move down after one or two pages is not very good. It runs a script that locks up the entire browser instead of doing inside a seperate browser application thread.  I have the same issue.  Was hopeing they would fix this with the new app.


At least when you click on a email address because you want to cut and paste it you aren't sent into the address book (closing all the email tabs) like you use to. Good job on that Comcast!

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