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  1. Forced Auto-update?

    I'll point out - I' not against the option of having auto-update, not at all... But I do not want it is forcibly on. I want to be able, as possible in many other applications, to turn it on and off. I do not have Chrome for many reasons, I don't want Maxthon to slowly become Chrome.
  2. Forced Auto-update?

    It was v.5.2.0.1400 when I posted. Now it was "updated" to 5.1.7.2000 But regardless - it doesn't matter. I disable auto-update on all of my software. Auto-update should be an option, not forced.
  3. Forced Auto-update?

    Hey, I've updated to the latest stable version which forced me to auto-update to the latest beta version. Usually I update the betas as well, but this time I did not want that. Why is there no option to set auto-update on or off? I did not want to be forced to update whenever. I decided to rename the updater file for now, but I think that the decision to update or not should be up to the users. Please add the option to disable the updater.
  4. Big LAG cutting screenshot

    I've got WIn 7 x64 and v5.1.6.3000 and there's no lag. So it's not an inherent thing to Win 7 x64...
  5. So I've noticed that there are issues when trying to use http://musicovery.com/ I'm guessing this is a flash compatibility issue, but it repeats on several versions of flash from old to new, but not on Chrome or Firefox. It is as if the flash is "unresponsive" although it works... i.e: When logging in, it doesn't do anything, but when canceling using the X and reloading the page, it does sign-up Using play/stop buttons feels buggy and the same with the "like" and "unlike" buttons. Again, this does not happen with Chrome/Firefox using same flash version
  6. Element-Hide helper (for ABP)

    Magdalene, thanks for the extensions, however that was not the point. APB is excellent, but I find it hard to get the right format for writing rules (I try to hide block divs and classes according to some rule and it doesn't work - most likely because I do it wrong, although following APB's manual). What I want is something that sets the APB rules quickly and effectively, not 3 different blocking extensions (and APB is already integrated so...) Edit: I tried these extensions, to see if they are worth it - they aren't. The clipper is very limited and the NoAds... just didn't work (I couldn't even reach the preferences)
  7. Element-Hide helper (for ABP)

    This is a nice little extension that help utilize ABP better by quickly blocking elements... Any change this will find its way to Maxthon as well? It can be found here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/elemhidehelper/
  8. Sites blocking ABP

    Recently, more and more websites detect ABP and prevent access to content if it is detected. This eliminates the need for ABP, since one can access those pages only if ABP is disabled (or some tricks are done). Is there a way to prevent websites from detecting ABP? The last thing I want is to disable it exactly where the ads are lurking...
  9. EZproxy extension?

    Hello, Is is possible to request plugins/extensions which exist in Firefox/Chrome to be transitioned into Maxthon? There is an extension, names EZproxy, which is used specifically for library applications, as can be found here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/ezproxy?hl=en Now, since it is merely a proxy extension for chrome, I guess that it can either be transitioned into Maxthon relatively easily or just be applied via more general proxy extension (This is proxy just for specific sites which are library-related, not a general use proxy) Any chance of getting this, or instructions on how to do this myself?