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  1. SnowLeopard replied at 2014-6-28 06:12 back.gif

    Thanks, I had to go refresh my memory on the Chinese forum. I remembered downloading Glass.mxskin ...

    You are welcome. To save your time, you can add following 2 lines to skin.csshtml, body { background: transparent; }

    .tabbar, .favbar, .statusbar, .sidebar { background: #ffffff88; }

  2. SnowLeopard replied at 2014-6-27 17:22 back.gif

    Dr. W.Wang,

    You mention in the referenced post that you just modified the background image for th ...

    No, setting z-index won't make toolbar/statusbar float on page content, Maxthon's page content is always on top, no matter what other element's z-index property is, unless the toolbars are embeded in a menu or a popup. Then they can be shown(float/overlay) on top of the page content by using the show-popup() function.

  3. It's just an idea, but feasible. What a shame that the Maxthon SDK documented skin-flags.htm still don't work, else we can save the color or background that user selected.

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    (Note: The skin file is removed because this thread is locked by system. If you want to download the file, ask the admins to unlock this thread.)

    Update:

    The above skin is a summative work of my recent tutorials and skin modifications, for those who just want testing the background changing feature can download the following skin:

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  4. When you code: width: max-intrinsic !important; you told Maxthon this: "Dude, I don't want you to shrink my tabs anymore, leave the tab size as is", so the tabs overflow, and you can not see the overflowed tabs, until opened tabs reach a certain number(based on your screen width), the "more tabs" button appears. So, you have two options, either use the default behavior, or use a scroll bar, just like the first post of this tutorial.