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pc issue what the hell is this

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seen this morning - picture says it all - click it away and it comes back the next time

reload browser and its gone - what the hell is going on

get rid of it - i dont need it - do you do this to deliberately upset users 

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I saw it once, dismissed it and never saw it again.

No problem for me.

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1 hour ago, PHYR said:

I saw it once, dismissed it and never saw it again.

No problem for me.

And no problem for most "normal" people.  :p

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One can take this for one's own homepage or tie up on Twitter profile or other social networks to make advertising for MX5. It will take some time, but if you click x in the top right then it will stay away.

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These are for guide pictures and you can remove it by clicking the "x" on the top of right

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On 14.12.2017 at 2:30 PM, Tony said:

seen this morning - picture says it all - click it away and it comes back the next time

reload browser and its gone - what the hell is going on

get rid of it - i dont need it - do you do this to deliberately upset users 

 

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I tried too. But I think this will never be solved. 

 

On 18.12.2017 at 0:55 PM, BugSir006 said:

These are for guide pictures and you can remove it by clicking the "x" on the top of right

Another real clever answer.

 

On 14.12.2017 at 0:41 AM, No.1MaxthonFan said:

And no problem for most "normal" people.  :p

Problem for the other half of most normal people.

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@echoplex Sorry I know this inconvenienced you. This is for new tab introductory page.

If you don't want to see the introductory pages again after reading the introduction, you can click that "x" on the top of right. But the logic of this picture is: It will appear again if you re-install Maxthon browser.

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