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The 'Roboto' font is Google's main font (Android/Play Store website etc etc) However in Maxthon, If you have the font INSTALLED on your computer it looks HORRIBLE.. (Go to play.google.com and look at the titles between sections.. Bad AA etc etc.., It's very obvious on thin/light version of the font). If you DO NOT have the font installed, the browser grabs the webfont directly from Google's website and all pages with Roboto will render correctly. Yes, correctly. This has been a long time issue in Chrome as well, but has now been fixed. However it is still a problem in the latest Maxthon beta. To see the problem.. 1) Download and install the font: http://developer.android.com/downloads/design/roboto-1.2.zip 2) Put Maxthon side by side with Chrome.. 3) Go to https://play.google.com/store and compare the thin titles text between the two browsers.. Again.. You will ONLY see the difference if you have Roboto installed locally. Maxthon will render the font properly if you do NOT have it installed. And NO.. Uninstalling the font from my computer is not an option as I have to use the font in other application that are not web bound
Maxthon has only a basic level of cookie management from the UI. Your options are delete all or nothing using the options provided. This can be accessed from: - the quicktools bar, - Main Menu > Clear Browsing Data, or - CTRL-SHIFT-DEL keyboard shortcut. Select the Delete cookies option on the dialog that opens. Using Developer Tools Sometimes you may want or need to delete cookies for a particular site due to errors or otherwise and deleting all your cookies isn't the most ideal option. To work around this we have some options. Firstly Maxthon does allow you delete cookies for the current site by using the Developer Tools. FOR MX5 (5.1.x and later) - Open the Developer Tools (F12) - Go to the Application tab, click the Clear storage item. - Ensure at least the Cookies option is selected in the right pane. - Click the Clear site data button. - You can also right-click on the site address under Storage > Cookies and select Clear. FOR MX4.9 (and early MX5 versions) - Open the Developer Tools (F12) - Go to the Resources tab, then the cookies section. - Right-click on the address you would like to clear cookies from and select Clear. - You can also select individual cookies if required in the right pane. This should be your first option when requiring cookies to be deleted only from a particular site. Obviously it's not recommended for anyone who isn't comfortable playing around with things that aren't made directly available by the dev's through the UI. Use at your own risk etc.