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My browser is Google Chrome, and I am on a Toshiba laptop. Whenever I try to unload my inventory (I have a lot of items, over 700) and it always says this page is unresponsive and something is wrong with the flash player, and if I want to abort the script. I checked if I needed a flash player update, or any updates at all, I didn't need any! It also says that the pages are unresponsive, and if I want to "Kill" them or "Wait" for them!! I can't go to the Wshop, Curio shop or anything!! I tried waiting to an hour and it kept going. I just need help!! I can't do anything fun on Webkinz, not even go into my room and decorate!! Please help!
My friend has the same problem. I don't think there's anything you can do about it, sorry.
Because she updated her version of Flash player, and it worked the first time, but then the next day she logged in and it was messed up again. I'm not too sure how to help you.
Maybe you contact Ganz? Or if you haven't, try to download a new version of flash player.
Other than that, I'm not sure.
Hope I was help!
This ALWAYS happens to me. It is a glitch actually, so I just try to start over Webkinz. You may also want to double-check your Flash Player updates like you did. If it still does not work I would contact Webkinz.
This happens to me all the time (1900+ items in my dock). I have the error come up in both IE and FF. The solution is to click "NO" when you get the slow script error message. If you stop the script (Adobe flash) then nothing will work until you log back in. Choosing "NO" works 90+% of the time and almost immediately the dock loads.
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