Dan

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  1. Thanks for Build 2700 but what about auto tab reload?????
  2. Just FYI, there is a definite slow down from 2600 to 2601 -- not sure what might be the cause....
  3. Please, please add Tab autoreload!
  4. I know this must still be on the ASK list, but TAB auto reload....thanks
  5. Thanks for the ongoing updates -- still hoping for auto-reload on tabs....
  6. I put in this request before -- it seems simple to add auto-refresh for tabs. Also, on sites with audio, the audio icon on tabs does not appear to work -- you can mute a site but can't just click the audio icon on or off. Thanks -- still pleased with the speed/responsiveness of latest beta...
  7. Yes, I am serious and I am using a 2007 XPS laptop with little graphics capability.
  8. I continue to be pleased by the frequent version updates for MX6 -- so thanks. The speed and smoothness of the browser still appear to be big positives. I find myself going to MX6 more frequently now, and the speed is now rivaling if not exceeding Vivaldi and Opera (definitely better than latest Firefox builds).
  9. Having just downloaded and tried MX6 for the first time, I have to say (although I have been among those who were very impatient for the appearance of MX6, I am cautiously optimistic. It feels smooth, and quick. ALMOST as smooth and quick as Vivaldi and Opera. I am crossing my fingers that there will be further progress in working out bugs -- thanks to those who worked hard to finally get this into our hands to try out. I hope that with upcoming bug fixes and feature additions, including auto-tab refresh, etc Maxthon will climb back to in the top of alternatives to Firefox and other major browsers.
  10. I think most users of Maxthon who have benefited from it going back many years are fully appreciative -- BUT, the fact remains that Vivaldi, Opera and others have developed through numerous stages and still have a usable downloadable product, without leaving users of the old version in the dust. That is what has happened with Max 6. If too much time goes by without some usable Max 6 version, I don't see why anyone would be sticking around...
  11. This has got to be a record for the longest time taken to roll out a new browser version -- any longer and I will switch permanently to Vivaldi and Opera...
  12. Is there a way to become a Alpha 6 tester?
  13. I think that there needs to be adequate comms up to the end of February as to whether we can expect MX6. Everyone appreciates the work going into MX6, but enough is enough...