"time out" in loading & "new message prompt"

Name:    jason
Email:   jasonhatuarcdotcom
Product: Firefox
Summary: "time out" in loading & "new message prompt"


I love Firefox but have two small problems.

Sometimes, when wireless is less than ideal, I have to wait more for
uncomfortable periods of time for a page to load.  Well ... I'll often
get the "problem loading page" even though I'm willing to wait a bit
longer.  How do I change this?

Second, when I'm in another tab or working in another program, Firefox
will demand my attention any time a new message is sent to my open
e-mail client.  Is there a way to disable this quick-switch-to-Firefox

Ultimately, what I hope to get across is that Firefox is awesome but I
have experienced multiple scenarios where I wish I could change a
feature but was unable to figure out how.



Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20061204 Firefox/
5/9/2007 1:10:58 AM
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