AaronX

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  1. Thanks BugSir. I managed to 'trick' Google by logging in via YouTube, but will definitely give this a go if it happens again.
  2. I accidentally logged out of my Google account whilst adding another, and I can now no longer log back in. Including no access to Gmail. After entering my username and password, it initially progresses but then errors out: I guess Maxthon's (v5.3.8.2100) WebKit core is now just far too old. I've tried updating the user agent to what is reported in the very latest Chrome (Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/80.0.3987.149 Safari/537.36), but there's no change. Can anyone find a way around this? If not - it's the end of Maxthon for me, sadly. 😞 I'll end up moving to Chrome and likely just get used to that and not return.
  3. HTTP AUTH is still dead in new release 5.2.1.2000. :-(
  4. Not that there seems to be any doubt, but just for the record HTTP AUTH is also dead (401) for me in 5.2.1.1000 on Win 10 x64.
  5. Thanks for sharing this method. Somehow I'd missed that set of options. After selecting them it's solved the problem for me: Maxthon is the default browser again, and remains so after restart, shut down, and even a further Windows update today. Hopefully the issue does not reoccur.
  6. It appears in my list, but won't set. Then again, I just tried to set Chrome as the default and that doesn't seem to actually set, either.
  7. I am facing much the same issue after this week's large Windows 10 update. I'm running v5.0.1.1200. I've tried manually setting M5 as the default browser within Windows Settings but it does not save the setting; likewise the 'Set as default browser' option in Maxthon's menu doesn't work. Everything is opening in Edge by default! Save me!
  8. Thanks for your thoughts, Oliver One. Much appreciated. I have indeed now installed on the SSD - fingers crossed!
  9. Hello! I have just built myself a new computer, complete with SSD boot drive. My question is, just how regularly does Maxthon 4 (and Nitro, for that matter) write data to the disk? I seem to recall it wrote really quite regularly in M2 and M3; is that still the case? In short: would the Maxthon developers advise on installing Maxthon on a traditional HDD, or will an SSD be fine? Thanks!
  10. Thanks 7twenty. I do indeed use Passport, and removing the files worked perfectly.