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  1. restore session

    Yes, that's correct. In this way you save CPU usage especially on startup but also when browsing because a complete loaded page consume some CPU when is in idle status. But you save also a lot of RAM memory. In these days for a restored session is usually to have tens or over a hundred tabs, but you don't need for all these tabs immediately. And it is possible to not need for all untill the end of session. And when you close the session, the browser should keep in mind all tabs(URL's) even they were not activated, for the next session.
  2. Skin and background

    the skins from here are not available for MX5 ? http://skin.maxthon.com/
  3. restore session

    Not in this mode. In Firefox or others, all tabs are figured in window on restored session but only the last active tab is properly loaded. The rest of the (backround) tabs have only the URL preloaded , not the content. It's like you said here, when push "open all " button, the entire window with all tabs are open but only the last active tab is full loaded, for the tabs from backround is only the URL figured but their content are not loaded, only just if you click on them.
  4. restore session

    Hi! It's not about this. I want to not loading all tabs (from background) just only last active tab when restoring session. That's mean less RAM/CPU usage and quick start for Maxthon. You do not need almost never for all restored tab instantly, but you need for restore last session. Only when you need to see other tab from restored session just click on it and only then is properly loaded. This option is implemented in a lot of other browsers and is a main option. I like Maxthon but it could be improved with such as basic options.
  5. restore session

    There is any possibility to load only the last active tab on session restore?
  6. No. I think this setting when is enabled, like in other browsers, should FORCE the browser -(when right click=> open link in new tab) to open the link in a new tab and focusing on it.
  7. I tell to browser to open a link in a new tab. If I have checked "Open a new tab in the foreground", then the browser should be focused on any new open tab. The option "open a new tab in the foreground" does not specify wich new tabs is open in the foreground, so is supposed that all new tabs will be open in foreground and that's the correct interpretation.
  8. No. When you set a browser to do something then the browser should do that for all pages /links when you order this, not just for ones. Look here: Firefox and Vivaldi. Also in IE11 is the same. https://sendvid.com/t690qp68
  9. As I understand it should work this option: - right click on any link -> "open link in new tab" -> the link is open in a new tab in foreground...So it works in other browsers and it's logic.. In Maxthon is not working at all.
  10. "Open a new tab in the foreground " setting still not work in windows 10
  11. Scrolling issue

    If you have a large page , for example a Facebook page and you search an older post (from a group..etc), scrolling down is progressive slowing and at one moment does not work anymore and the Facebook page is autorefreshing. (Mx 5.0.2.1400 / Win 10)
  12. PLEASE, fix the "lag" when loading something.

    Tried in other browswers (Edge /Firefox)..Not working well also (in flash mode), even you don't open an other tab.
  13. Maxthon 5 - not that bad

    You mean about "open new tab in foreground"? Its checked to me but don't work.
  14. PLEASE, fix the "lag" when loading something.

    Oh, you have right. I had not read all. Following the steps and it's happens even in html5.
  15. Maxthon 5 - not that bad

    An option like in Firefox or other browsers "When I open a link in a new tab, switch to it immediately" is very-veru usefully". It is annoiyng to press always "ctrl+shift" for that.