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Webpage errors: debug?


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jesse24

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Hey, I was wondering if anyone knows why I continually get these "Webpage Error" messages from time to time (and I mean every 3rd or 4th page I visit). It asks me "Do you want to debug this webpage? This webpage contains errors that might prevent it from displaying or working correctly. If you are not testing this webpage, click No." Then it goes onto give me various details, like one example: "Line: 137, Error: No registered handlers for 'keypress'." (this was on Facebook). It does this with other details too (from other webpages), and it gives me different numbers after the word "Line" with different error messages. The window DOES give me the option "Do not show this message again", but I was wondering if maybe this is somehow the result of malware (considering I DID recently removed a google browser hijacker with the help of someone in the malware section of geekstogo). Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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The window DOES give me the option "Do not show this message again"

Do it.
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Lol, cool, makes sense. I figured I'd get that reponse.
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