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  1. Haven't had MX5 in my pc for few years now and i have never used portable MX versions. Sure, I will make video tomorrow.
  2. It still does it. Steps to reproduce: 1. Install ShareX 2. setup CTRL+F1 as a global hotkey in ShareX 3. Close ShareX 4. Start up maxthon without CTRL+F1 set in it. 5. Start up ShareX
  3. Here you go.. I have removed all references to CTRl+F1. No other command uses CTRL+F1. I suspect maxthon registers the CTRL+F1 by default because it thinks it might be used. It does the same with CTRL+` even if its not set. Changing snap region and boss key to a different shortcut doesnt help either. Only thing that works is to actualyl close Maxthon then let the other software register the global hotkey for itself and only after that you can start maxthon again.
  4. That should not be a problem the passwords are not encrypted when you have your Passkeeper unlocked. Export should be available at least in basic formats such as csv. This is valid feature request imho.
  5. If you have read what I wrote carefully and/or clicked the link to the last thread i made about it over a year ago you may find out i don't have the CTRL+F1 hotkey actually set in maxthon yet it still hijacks it.
  6. Lets hope it will actually get worked on, not like year and a half ago.
  7. I still find it perplexing, that one is not able to edit username and/or url of the entry. In older Maxthon iterations (last was MX4 I think), you were able to modify the URL and the Username. I've had many instances where I had to delete an entry and re-add it with only slightly modified username, just because I've changed email addresses or changed my username. The modification of URL is extremely important to me as well. In many instanced you hit "Save password in passkeeper" on a subpage when logging in and then you have problem logging in to a site. I've had issues where login url of a site sits on a one-time URL address (containing hash of login session) and I am not able to fill my pass in there. The functionality of editing username and URL of page should really be re-added. This issue was latest reported by me 1.5 years ago, then before it first reported by me over 3 years ago, and first it was reported by me over 5 years ago. Currently still missing in 6.2.0.900.
  8. The shortcut for CTRL+F1 is still being hijacked by maxthon even if not set. I use shortcut CTRL+F1 for snapping screen regions with ShareX. But if i start Maxthon before ShareX it cannot register the shortcut, because Maxthon is blocking the global handler for CTRL+F1 shortcut. I've reported this issue over a year ago and it is still present in 6.2.0.900. Please fix.
  9. In the olden days of MX 2 / 3 / 4 the password manager had option to edit URL for which the password will be filled. Currently this option is disabled. Also the password manager doesnt take the whole domain into account. It takes into account only domain of second level (domain.tld) and not any of the subdomains (subdomain.domain.tld). On subdomains, it shows passwords for the main domain and for all other subdomains which is really impractical. So, URLS should be editable in password manager and the password manager should take subdomains into account. I've requested this base feature that used to be present in the browser before only to be told that the request has been noted, but it still is not present. This is quite important to have working. PLease look at it.
  10. @PHYR @MaxthonJeff thanks for the clarification. I still think there is much to think about when it comes to including it in the base browser, but I'll try tokeep calm and wait to see what the alpha / beta version will bring us. @MaxthonJeff feel free to drop me a DM with pre-release once it's avaliable and i'll gladly test it and report back to the forums about what I honestly think about all of it.
  11. @DARKSTORM I have actually studied software development. I own a development company and I am also a developer myself. I've buit multiple products that were just to please me. I've even took a shot at my own browser But all those were private, because if it's just about my pleasure, then it's just for me. But once you make your product public and you want it to be widespread, because it generates you revenue, you kinda sorta have to listen to your users. If you force your users into something a majority of the users don't care about, or don't even want, you are going to have hard time sustaning your profits and your community will loose faith in you and your product. And if you look here thoughout the forums, you will find that is exactly what is happening here. Not enough of community communication and ignoring community requests is what angers the people that use maxthon. It angers me and i'm pretty sure it angers you as well. Based on what you've written you are maxthon loyalist as well. What would you rather have ? More half finished, half working blokchain products built into the browser, or reliable crashless browser that cares about security, privacy and speed? For me that is not even a question. I sure want maxthon to be successfull, widespread and to bring innovation. But perhaps to the fields where it matters. And to answer your question. I may have a lot less topics / comments here on the forums, but i am present here almost every day. I read topics but i don't really feel the need to respond most of the times. But one of things that define me, is that I always speak my mind. And this is it. I feel that perhaps by letting Jeff know how community feels about this may knock some sense in him. And guts? What guts. There is nothing to be afraid of here. There are only few possible outcomes and none of it is anything to do with guts. Either Jeff speaks with some people and realizes he is wrong, or he books me a flight to china to speak with him personally about my concerns, or he ignores me, or I get my account banned. Neither of those will harm me in any way. PS: I've went though my emails and found out i've registered my MX account back in 2009. That was the era of Maxthon 2.0. But i've been using it even sooner, back when it was called MyIE2, as far as i can recall, it was somewhere around 2005 - 2007 when I started using it. Since then i've used it for around 12hrs a day almost every day. I use only two browsers. Mathon for everyday browsing and main part of web development and Vivaldi for company related stuff, because Maxthon doesn't play nicely with our inner networking SSO/LDAP related stuff. PPS: In your feature suggestion post here in this topic you've written about using Snap (Frequently used. Useful at all times). Even though Snap is one of the most polished features of Maxthon, I have found a replacement that has few usefull quirks. It's called ShareX and it can do all the same as MX Snap, but on top of that it can autoupload to FTP or image sharing sites. And you can bind it to multiple different hotkeys / keybinds to do different things. You can set which keybinds will to what quality or what type of snap and so on...
  12. "I created maxthon to please myself in the first place"... now you made me sad. With a single superficial sentence you wrote off all the years I've promoted maxthon left and right to a simple "I don't care about the users, all I care about is myself". You had chance here to say something that would bring the community together, instead you did this. You know, I've defended Maxthon when it didn't work properly in MX3, I've defended Maxthon when it cheated in html5 test and I've spent countless hours arguing with Niels Leenheer about whether it's fair to simply remove maxthon from all the test results, I've defended Maxthon all the way until now when it came to every tough decision, every misstep when there were Nitro tryouts and unfunctional mobile browser versions, I did it all because of loyality and belief that Maxthon was different because you guys cared. But I guess I was wrong. And to mention the embracing of new technology and new ideas. Maxthon didn't innovate or bring new technology in years unfortunately. It became stale and outdated, so if embracing innovation is your goal, you have unfortunately failed. I wish you good luck with pleasing yourself, because you have lost me.
  13. Sorry to say this @MaxthonJeff, but from what you've said in the video, it seems you are not trying to develop the best browser for people anymore, you are simply making this a playground for crypto schemes. I've spend 30522 hours using Maxthon (that's almost 3.5years of real time) over the past few years. Started using it since the era of MyIE2 actually. But in the past years the development cycle of MX has slowed down to almost a full stop. Simple bugs persist tens of version and most requested features and functionalities are ignored. There is no innovation, no interest in upping the security, compatibility or speed of the browser anymore and now, by introducing even more unneeded gadgets,tools, wallets and protocols to MX6 coupled with using "heavily customized core" you are again sinking into the depths of unamageable dependencies, that will only slow down the browser and annoy the users. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE maxthon. As i've said above, i've been loyal to maxthon for well over a decade now. But you are simply ignoring what people want from you and that is costing you your users that are migrating over to Vivaldi, Brave and other similar browsers that actually care about opinions of their users and let them shape the browsers. You are a visionary, nobody can take that from you. But perhaps you should think about your users in the first place and create a product they want to use. And then, only then, make the bloatware something that can be added by plugins and not as a main feature. That's my five cents to the topic.
  14. Tommis replied at 2015-1-24 17:38 any beta's to test yet? I'm ready and waiting :-) not yet! Lots of work in company But soon it will be Give it a week please