To include its latest version. There are a few sites that have forums where pictures are automatically re-sized if they are over a certain limit. If the picture goes over the sites limit I get this message: Slow script Safari is no longer responding because of a script on the webpage "Topic - Website" (Page). Do you want to stop running the script, or let it continue? If I hit the Stop Load Button in time I wont be kicked out of the forum and have to logon again. When the Slow Script message shows up I hit the Yes, Stop Running Button. There are now literally hundreds of tiny and flat messages showing the dimensions of the picture that was posted and is now junk. Somewhere at the bottom of all those useless sheets are the pictures in their original size. If Im lucky and fast enough on the draw I havent been kicked off. I usually use Firefox to go to those sites. For surfing the Web I use Safari because Safari is just plain smoother surfing. But what can I do about the Slow Script error? And just what IS this Slow Script Error anyway? Is it Site Specific Based 3 different sites do this or is it something that Safari just cant handle? Oh, yeah, I'm using Firefox 3.5 right now. I thought you'd like to know.