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On 3/20/2022 at 2:40 AM, Massor said:

A little off topic.

What will happen with MX6 Retro mode when Microsoft retires IE? It will still work?

I suspect as long as IE remains in Windows it will continue to be used.

Eventually when IE falls out of need/usage they will likely just use "Edge" as the secondary since it will be the browser installed with Windows going forward?

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Very nice the new History page, more compact, more useful. Just a little thing: can the tree with the date in the left to be a little indented with few pixels, individual days from the month root? It will be more easy to read and to follow.

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 4:11 PM, Massor said:

Very nice the new History page, more compact, more useful. Just a little thing: can the tree with the date in the left to be a little indented with few pixels, individual days from the month root? It will be more easy to read and to follow.

 

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Hi Massor, request recorded.

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There is a problem with playing videos from youtube in HD1080 quality in AVC1 codec format . When you hover the mouse cursor over the video (when the status bar appears), it starts to slow down terribly (freeze). The same thing happens if you press pause and then start the video again. At the same time, there is a significant loss of frames - (Statistics for sysadmins - the Viewport/Frames parameter "dropped"). If the video is in VP09 format, then this does not happen.
Here is an example of such a video (you need to watch it from Youtube):

P.S.: Windows 7 64bit; Maxthon 6 is the latest version, but the problem has been observed for a long time, there just wasn't time to write here.

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1 hour ago, Sergey_K said:

There is a problem with playing videos from youtube in HD1080 quality in AVC1 codec format . When you hover the mouse cursor over the video (when the status bar appears), it starts to slow down terribly (freeze). The same thing happens if you press pause and then start the video again. At the same time, there is a significant loss of frames - (Statistics for sysadmins - the Viewport/Frames parameter "dropped"). If the video is in VP09 format, then this does not happen.
Here is an example of such a video (you need to watch it from Youtube):

P.S.: Windows 7 64bit; Maxthon 6 is the latest version, but the problem has been observed for a long time, there just wasn't time to write here.

Try to disable the items indicated on the screenshot and check. Helped me.

chrome://flags/#disable-accelerated-video-decode

chrome://flags/#disable-accelerated-video-encode

 

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alexzhus

 

Yes, it works, the video is no longer freezing! Thank you very much for your help!

PS: can you explain - these functions disable video decoding by my video card and enable software decoding?

 

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