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  1. Enough! I already updated to the latest version and only browsing YouTube but it still crashed. Here's my crashpad, please diagnose it. 1810654730_Mx6CrashpadReports.rar
  2. It's okay, I already received them but very late
  3. I've been trying to send a code that is sent to my UUMail then forwarded to my account but I haven't been receiving any. I already resent like 10 or 20 codes but nothing came. I last received a mail from the same uumail address 2 hours ago.
  4. My browser just crashed unexpectedly. I have 5 tabs opened: YouTube with video popup, 2 Gmail, Passkeeper, and our SSS Website I was browsing on the SSS Website then closed it. I browsed my Passkeeper next then it suddenly crashed after a few seconds.
  5. Downloads are forced to be downloaded through the Download Manager, not forwarded to IDM. Only files clickable through download with IDM gets downloaded through IDM.
  6. That's a solution though I like them stacked together better if you haven't closed the tab yet. Still, there's no specific tab for Last Session so you will be able to view them again. Only as a startup page or you have to manually type the address.
  7. I'm not sure if this is the exact use of that button but I'm sure that isn't he mute button. Clicking it mutes the popped up video or the tab I should say.
  8. Bug Found. Status bar in a full screen video.
  9. I've been using last session as my startup page. Can you adopt the feature of Mx5 that still stores the unopened tabs on Last Session Tab and is still accessible when launching again the browser after closing it while the last session tab is open. For example I browsed YouTube, Google, and Gmail on my first browse. Upon closing, those 3 tabs will be stored on the Last Session. Once launched again, those will be listed on the Last Session then I only opened YouTube and Google and left Gmail on the Last Session. I keep browsing while not closing the Last Session tab. Upon closing, the opened tabs will be added to Last Session. Upon launching, the recent opened tabs and the ones left on the Last Session tab will be listed. This works as long as Last Session tab is still open upon closing the browser. I added a video example to understand it better: 2021-07-06 08-35-29.mkv The problem in Mx6 is it doesn't store the unopened tabs even if the Last Session tab is not closed. Also, there's no specific location to open the Last Session unlike Mx5.
  10. Already did that before reporting. Also, I found the problem. It only shows the notes for the specific folder and doesn't show the subfolders where some other notes are placed.
  11. I still don't like the auto-fill feature and automatic popup of save passwords. I still prefer Mx5's double-click popup feature
  12. I literally just downloaded and installed a bit earlier then there's an update... There's another status bar on the QuickNote and the synced notes are missing on the interface. Manage Passwords is not aligned There's also a bug when rearranging the extensions
  13. If what I read was right, then I'm ready to switch but please I miss the sidebar and the status bar. How long will it take to implement those features? Still using Mx5.2.7.5000 here because of the sidebar and status bar. Just those features left then I'll leave Mx5 for Mx6. There's also threats from Brave. Maxthon could get more users if NB Domain gets more use cases.
  14. Whoa. There are a lot of words there and it gives a prick to the heart (not sure if used the right term). I'm not really good with these kind of conversation but I'll still voice my mind. What MaxthonJeff said that "I created maxthon to please myself in the first place" is probably a typical reply among developers. I'm not sure if you, sajphon, is a developer yourself but I've studied programming and have already tried building projects. While studying, my instructor gives me some tasks to build then I defy him by implementing features that I myself think could make the output better and that impresses him. On another case, I checked some others projects then thought to myself "It could've been better" then tell them ways to improve their work but it was just a form of self-satisfaction. I bet they're thinking "easier said than done, I have to make a lot of adjustments to implement that". Basically speaking, MaxthonJeff built Maxthon because he isn't satisfied with other browsers. Probably saying "I could do better" then he built and released it wherein other people finds convenience with what he built. He didn't build it just to please others. As for me, I wouldn't build something I don't want to just to please others. How can you be yourself if you build something just for others and not for yourself? And @sajphon: 30522 hours usage, Member since January 12, 2013 (recorded in community). Me: 8575 hours usage, Member since January 21, 2014 (recorded in account). I'm 1 year later and 21947 hours shorter than you. How come you have smaller contributions but bigger guts to cause a commotion here?
  15. As for me, I still want to retain the Features: Sidebar Status Bar (Especially System Info for Up & Down Speeds) Night Mode (Possibly Improve) Developer Tools Resource Sniffer (Especially! Barely used but helps BIG time) Snap (Frequently used. Useful at all times). Lastly... Gmail Notifier Extension (Not sure if Chrome has a similar/better alternative but this is very useful to me) I'd probably still stick to Maxthon as my all around browser no matter the changes. It carries most of my browsing data and I feel more secured with Passkeeper than Chrome's. One concern would be LivesOne & LivesToken. As Mx6 will support BSV, LivesOne will probably be left out. Hope the feature is still the same, Reward for Browsing, but please, no eating away CPU usage. Browsers already consume a large amount of RAM. Don't make it harder.