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pc issue Bug: address bar doesnt' show full address when focused

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press the address bar when this is the website:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHKfKChZSE0

And you get this:

MaxthonSnap20170528211525.png

 

Changing the setting of MX to show full address also doesn't help. It does show full address, but doesn't mark the important part of the address, like on other web browsers.

Please fix this issue.

MX 5.0.4.3000 on PC

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Shows in the internal version.

 

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35 minutes ago, No.1MaxthonFan said:

Shows in the internal version.

 

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What internal version?
Does it work well with both modes of the settings? Does it highlight the important part of the address?

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3 hours ago, AndroidDeveloperLB said:

What internal version?
Does it work well with both modes of the settings? Does it highlight the important part of the address?

5.1.0.600 and what "important" part of the address?  Shows the same in Maxthon as in Vivaldi, Edge and Chrome as in my screenshot and as in your link in your first post.

And yes, it works the same with both modes in settings.

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Works fine here?!

Wonder what the difference is?

I have noticed that sometimes that Maxthon doesn't select the full URL when clicking on the address bar, but normally clicking again fixes it.

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7 hours ago, No.1MaxthonFan said:

5.1.0.600 and what "important" part of the address?  Shows the same in Maxthon as in Vivaldi, Edge and Chrome as in my screenshot and as in your link in your first post.

And yes, it works the same with both modes in settings.

The importand part is of Youtube itself.

See here on Chromium and Chrome:
MaxthonSnap20170529095143.png

Notice that after the "com" and before the "www", the text has a different color.

Same goes for Edge:
MaxthonSnap20170529095330.png

Edited by AndroidDeveloperLB

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2 hours ago, AndroidDeveloperLB said:

Notice that after the "com" and before the "www", the text has a different color.

Same goes for Edge:

Yes, does the same in Chrome 58 and in all the other browsers.  Any item I click on looks exactly the same.

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1 hour ago, No.1MaxthonFan said:

Yes, does the same in Chrome 58 and in all the other browsers.  Any item I click on looks exactly the same.

Yeah, I don't see what the issue is here? MX highlights the domain the same the other browsers?

Looking at your first image, you can just see the "v", so something isn't right, either a different skin? or just a hiccup for some reason. If a restart doesn't fix it, then maybe the next update will. But so far no one else has had the same issue.

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Posted (edited)

if i catch you

you mean in MX5 the entire text has the same color (same font weight)

and on others browsers the first part (domain name is black ) and the relative page in this domain is gray

correct?

Edited by karajan
typo

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On 5/29/2017 at 3:34 AM, karajan said:

you mean in MX5 the entire text has the same color (same font weight)

that's not true since MX shows them in green and gray

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Posted (edited)

That's odd. The color I see is very similar to one another. It is green, but very similar to the color near it.

MaxthonSnap20170531124954.png

The color change is very hard to see.

Is there any way to make it different? Maybe make it bold, or with a different color?

 

Edited by AndroidDeveloperLB

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The green ones are already darker than the others. But why you mind this so much?

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