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works fine for me as well. I'm using Slackware 12.1 and I repackaged the official FF binaries using the Slackware slackBuilds. How is your FF installed and what version of Slackware are you using? The Gmail problem may be profile related, so I also recommend trying out a fresh test profile.
I'm running Slackware 12.1 and Firefox 3.0.1 which is a binary package that Pat prepared for -current. I'm wondering if FireGPG has something to do with this. Here is a list of the extensions I have: http://tinyurl.com/658xyq
Everything used to work pretty smoothly, especially in the beginning when I had a new profile. I don't know what has happened recently that would cause such freezes, but it's quite annoying.
If you think it is a problem with your addons then disable all of them (safe mode) and see. Then re-enable them one by one and check.
I'm quite sure it is an add-ons matter, because with a new profile everything seems to be OK and the problems quickly become worse.
BTW, if you are a web developer, wouldn't Seamonkey fit you better (just an idea...).