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Length of time to timeout in Firefox

 
 
Gualtier Malde
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      03-13-2006
I am at the end of a cable line and therefore my service is suboptimal.
Loading a page can take longer for me than usual with certain sites.
It seems to me that Firefox gives up too soon. I get a timeout message
in something like 30 seconds.

Can I change that?
 
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Miller
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      03-13-2006
*Gualtier Malde* wrote on 13.03.06 22:40:
> I am at the end of a cable line and therefore my service is suboptimal.
> Loading a page can take longer for me than usual with certain sites.
> It seems to me that Firefox gives up too soon. I get a timeout message
> in something like 30 seconds.
>
> Can I change that?


You can.
Type "about:config" in the FF-address-bar.
Filter on "timeout".
There you'll find values for "network.http.keep-alive.timeout",
2network.proxy.failover_timeout", and so on.
Doubleclick a value and set it higher.

HTH, Miller
 
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