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  1. When a page has an apostrophe in the <title>, it becomes corrupted with a wide extra space in the tab name. I've observed this on multiple sites over the last few Windows releases, both beta and final.
  2. In the latest beta - - I'm finding that a number of websites with apparently invalid security certificates are now completely blocked by WebKit. Unlike in other browsers (notably Chrome) there's no way to acknowledge this and continue to the website anyway. Please implement such a function! It's pretty crippling.
  3. I suspected as much. Maybe they'll work out a quicker update process in future. Pity, but heyho.
  4. Thanks for this response, 7twenty. Very interesting, and a good further question indeed. Makes me wonder why they don't simply update Blink or spoof the version number consistently? I shall perhaps experiment later and see if a custom UA string makes any difference, although I suspect not.
  5. I've found an oddity in Maxthon whilst working on my own website. I have not customised the user agent, and Maxthon has been doing this for a long time - it's not a new issue at all, but I'm only now looking into it in detail. When browsing normally, Maxthon delivers the following user agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/61.0.3163.79 Safari/537.36 Maxthon/ However, when I follow a link from Google search results - either natively on Google or from the Google Customised Search embedded in the site - the following user agent is reported: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/65.0.3325.181 Safari/537.36 Note both a different Chrome version, and lack of the Maxthon version bit. The only clue I have as to how or why this is occurring is that Google search results do of course redirect your click through Google's system for tracking, rather than being a plain, direct HREF going straight to the end page. I wonder if it could be something to do with how Maxthon handles header redirection?
  6. Finally fixed in Thank you!
  7. HTTP AUTH is still dead in new release :-(
  8. Not that there seems to be any doubt, but just for the record HTTP AUTH is also dead (401) for me in on Win 10 x64.
  9. Maxthon on SSD?

    Thanks for your thoughts, Oliver One. Much appreciated. I have indeed now installed on the SSD - fingers crossed!
  10. Hello! I have just built myself a new computer, complete with SSD boot drive. My question is, just how regularly does Maxthon 4 (and Nitro, for that matter) write data to the disk? I seem to recall it wrote really quite regularly in M2 and M3; is that still the case? In short: would the Maxthon developers advise on installing Maxthon on a traditional HDD, or will an SSD be fine? Thanks!
  11. Magic Fill not saving

    Thanks 7twenty. I do indeed use Passport, and removing the files worked perfectly.
  12. Hello, I've had a problem for a couple of months now (with all beta/preview M4 versions), where my user data is not saving in Magic Fill, and previously saved data has disappeared. I suspect that whatever file Maxthon stores this data in has become corrupted, but I'm not entirely sure which file it would be, and whether deleting it would allow Maxthon to create a fresh one in its place? Any assistance greatly appreciated.