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Escaping Retro Mode on RadioParadise.com

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Hi, all —

I recently visited RadioParadise.com and flipped the core from Ultra Mode to Retro Mode to see if RP would redirect me to its legacy site, Legacy.RadioParadise.com.  It did, which gave me a chance to browse around the old stuff.

Since then, however, I've been unable to get back to the main site.  Every time I hit RadioParadise.com, I'm redirected to Legacy.RadioParadise.com before I can switch cores.  I've tried "Always Use Ultra Mode," but that doesn't seem to be working here.

Any ideas?

I'm running 5.3.8.1400.  Maybe I should step back to a 5.2.7.x version, try to change the settings, and then step back up to the latest beta?

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Hi there, I have contacted the dev team to confirm this issue, this issue caused by the website, it belongs to the website design. :Grinmacing_Face_Emoji_42x42:

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Thanks, @BugSir006!

I can guess the site uses browser redirection, but does it also log my IP after its redirected me to it can recognize me and "help" direct me to the right site on subsequent visits?

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21 hours ago, Secret-HQ said:

Thanks, @BugSir006!

I can guess the site uses browser redirection, but does it also log my IP after its redirected me to it can recognize me and "help" direct me to the right site on subsequent visits?

Hello, you can press the keyboard "Win+R", run "%appdata%", to open the folder "Maxthon5">"Temp", delete the folder "CmpUrl" then restart the browser.

run.pngCmpUrl.png

 

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On 8/30/2019 at 7:53 AM, Secret-HQ said:

I got FOUR copies of my locked tabs when I reopened Maxthon

I tried to test in v5.3.8.1400 but haven't reproduced. If you still experience the issue please provide a complete gif video about it. The recording tool has been attached.

licecap.exe

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