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  1. Sorry about that, I accidentally deleted this thread while removing a spam !  :(


    So here's a summary : there's a cookie issue with the forum

    • each time we close the browser, we have to resign
    • If you leave the forum open after several hours, if you do a refresh : you have to resign
    • issue occurs wathever browser you use (ie, chrome, etc..)
    • if you use different accounts on PCs that share the same IP, signing with one account disconnects the other

    at the moment devs are working on it ! so please be patient  :)

  2. I'm still using MX on win 8.1 and I've updated my UA as follows:


    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Maxthon/ Chrome/42.0.2311.135 Safari/537.36


    I don't know whether it is right or maybe there's something wrong/less, but so far it works fine to open YouTube, Gmail, and playing some flash games on Facebook.


    PS: I don't see any UA update for MX even in old forum (There are only for MX and MX beta)

    it's the UA smilefly told us to use, no wonder it works fine  :top:

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  3. rollkers-6.png

    Ever find that you could use a little extra pep in your step when walking around? French startup Rollkers can help. The company offers a set of motor-powered "under shoes" that slide around your sneakers and give you a few extra mphs of forward momentum.

    Rollkers is still finalizing its design, so it hasn't released all the specs. It does say that the mobility accessories are powered by 1,000-mAh lithium-polymer batteries that offer up to two hours of run time. Each skate features a small electric motor and four oversized wheels designed to handle rough surfaces. The electronic stabilization system keeps you on your feet and moving forward, while the articulated heel allows for natural walking when not skating.

    Rollkers hopes to have its design ready for licensing by the end of 2015, with commercialization starting next year.


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  4. the latest user agent strings of the beta version?

    from Smilefly http://old-forum.maxthon.com/forum.php?mod=redirect&goto=findpost&ptid=11008&pid=84007&fromuid=410855)



    The  UA  is responsible to the Core Enigne's version. So website can use this to detach which features is supported by this Browser.

    Maxthon now use the Chrome30's Blink engine, and the UA is 

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Maxthon/ Chrome/30.0.1599.101 Safari/537.36
    We are updating the Blink engine now.

    If you find any website display prompt that the website is not supported, please report to us , so we can try to fix this.

    We have set the UA of Gmail to be "Chrome/41",  so Gmail should not show the "not supported yellow bar", if you still saw this, please update to our latest browser  or contact our support team.


  5. Pronounce is a revolutionary headphone device which trains you to speak English naturally. Your speech will be clearer and your ability to understand English speakers will be greatly improved.Pronounce enables us to break free from the rhythm of our mother tongue by superimposing the rhythm of English on our voice. In reaction, our brain naturally corrects the voice in order to adapt to what the brain perceives via the headphones. By repeating this exercise, our brains are able to naturally assimilate the rhythm, which was previously quite foreign to us.


  6. It's amazing !


    The Intel® Compute Stick. Small, Yet Surprisingly Powerful.

    While the Intel® Compute Stick can fit in the palm of your hand, it’s what we fit inside of it that is truly remarkable. 
    A quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor and your choice of operating systems: Windows* 8.1 with Bing* or Ubuntu* 14.04 LTS.  
    The Windows version includes 2 GB memory, 32 GB of on-board storage and comes with McAfee® Antivirus Plus for comprehensive protection from Trojans, viruses, spyware and more.
    The Ubuntu version has 1 GB memory and 8 GB of on-board storage. Both devices come with Wi-Fi* and Bluetooth* for connectivity, a USB port to connect peripherals and a micro SD card slot for additional storage.


  7. Thank you for your reply !

    We just have to wait for Lizzie to come back (probably on monday) I'll send her a PM.

    at the moment zips work

    In the mean time, I recommend you to make a new thread, imported threads are not easy to update or modify. sorry for the inconvenience and thank your for your understanding  :)


    edit : I found a way to fix it, you can attach .rar, .mxskin and .mxaddon files now : You may try to update your posts now ! 

  8. Wow, wonder how many plants you would need to generate 1 Kilowatt of power?

    actually if you have a rice field it will probably be enough to light your house !

    more seriously I've read 0.5 w/m² (a led), enough to enlight the path around your pond :titter:

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  9. The first plant-powered Wifi hotspot! 
    The District Development company "Kerckebosch" purchased the third Plant-e system for a district in Zeist, The Netherlands. The district is completely being renovated and applied with sustainable items. The Plant-e system will be placed on the roof and the wall of the Christian College Zeist (CCZ) and will generate power for a Wi-Fi hotspot. 

    The technology
    A plant produces organic matter via photosynthesis. Part of this organic matter is used for plant-
    growth, but a large part can’t be used by the plant and is excreted into the soil via the roots. Around
    the roots naturally occurring micro-organisms break down the organic compounds. In this process,
    electrons are released as a waste product. By providing an electrode for the micro-organisms to
    donate their electrons to, the electrons can be harvested as electricity.

    you can read some more (do it yourself) here

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  10. No.1MaxthonFan replied at 2015-4-11 17:34

    Here's a good tutorial on how to set up the Task so you don't have to download any other software. ...


    even the shutdown software was not able to shutdown my computer.

    there's something I miss ! task scheduler does not work either, I may try the bat file (but I'm afraid there's a setting somewhere that doesn't let the computer auto shutdown)

  11. No.1MaxthonFan replied at 2015-4-11 17:34

    Here's a good tutorial on how to set up the Task so you don't have to download any other software. ...


    yes it's exactly how I did, though it does not work.. for some reason lol ! I tried to delete the task and recreated a new one using a different tutorial, same result.

  12. No.1MaxthonFan replied at 2015-4-11 17:03

    That's the beauty of Windows 10, it boots up in seconds. No waiting around for 10 to 15 minutes f ...


    I don't let my PC go to sleep, because it's sometimes hard to wake up and I have to reboot. and most of the times I forget to turned it off.

    I tried to planify a shutdown in task manager, but for some reason it did not work.

    I hope this soft will help !