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  1. 7twenty replied at 2015-3-4 20:33 And that is your mistake making out like Nitro is a replacement for MX, it's not and was never inten ... I agree. Anyone who likes MX4 or Firefox probably likes them because of all the features and customization. Most people on this forum are like that, because they've already chosen MX4. So they are unlikely to like Nitro, which has completely the opposite philosophy. But other people out there, who might be using IE or Chrome (most people don't have any extensions), will love Nitro.
  2. Nitro is not supposed to be feature rich. http://usa.maxthon.com/nitro/ It is supposed to be lean and mean. It's like a stripped down car. You remove all the creature comforts that add weight to the car so that you are left with the bare bones and a very light car. The result is a car that's fun to drive, because it goes like stink and handles well, but it has no radio, no carpets, no electric windows, no sound insulation, and so on. If you are the sort of person that would trade a bit of speed for some additional features, then that car is not for you. I used to drive a Caterham as m
  3. I am using Nitro, but I think this applies to too. I'd like to be able to use standard Windows keyboard shortcuts. Ctrl+F4 = close tab Ctrl+PageDown or Ctrl+Tab = goto next tab Ctrl+PageUp or Ctrl+Shift+Tab = goto previous tab Alt+Left = back Alt+Right = forward Nice to see that Ctrl+Shift+T reopens the last tab you closed. There is nothing in the UI for this though, I just did it from muscle memory (from Chrome). There are probably others. Thanks.