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BETA version -- 4.1.7.162
(11-22-2019, 08:34 AM)rch Wrote: Certainly, which is why I posted about it when I found out what the cause was. You didn't say what was causing the problem or whether you knew how to get around it, so I was trying to help you carry on without it crashing every few minutes.  Wink

Thanks for the information!! Other than that issue, it feels like the new Cent is pretty stable at this time even in beta status despite the  other bugs mentioned by other users (what software doesn't have or doesn't potentially have bugs?)  Biggrin
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(11-20-2019, 02:52 PM)piliq Wrote: Thanks for new beta! It works fine for me. DirectWrite disabled is also good! But, what about this one? https://www.centbrowser.com/forum/showth...1#pid13731
OK, we will add that feature.
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(11-20-2019, 05:00 PM)piliq Wrote: Found a bug. Mouse gesture 'Go to page top' is not working on some sites. Cent Settings page, for example Smile
We will fix this in stable version.
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(11-21-2019, 10:43 AM)kostmick Wrote: CentBrowser, in version 4.1.6.137, did you remove duplication from the context menu of the tab and the menu bar of the command "Reopen closed tab" or is it only in beta?
And I can also offer a translation from the context menu of the tab of the command "add to new tab shortcut" - добавить в новую вкладку ярлык
Thanks for translation.
"Reopen closed tab" was removed by Chromium,and we followed it.
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Hi! Funny bug, when many tabs are open (when scrolling through tabs) the button for adding a new tab is not in its place Smile
Also, with a lot of scrollable tabls, new tabs shift old ones without animation - as if it slows down
Video https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TSGZu1...lmkigPYQ-1
Windows 10 1607 (LTSB), intel uHD 620, i5 8250u
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(11-23-2019, 03:08 PM)Yanick Wrote: Hi! Funny bug, when many tabs are open (when scrolling through tabs) the button for adding a new tab is not in its place Smile
Also, with a lot of scrollable tabls, new tabs shift old ones without animation - as if it slows down
Video https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TSGZu1...lmkigPYQ-1
Windows 10 1607 (LTSB), intel uHD 620, i5 8250u
Thanks for your feedback.
We will try to reproduce and fix it.
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Hi. I guess it's not only Cent problem, but still. After launching and scanning the new Malwarebytes 4, the browser resets to its original state. Doesn't matter stable or beta version. With the previous Malwarebytes 3 everything was good.
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(11-25-2019, 03:12 PM)SancheZ Wrote: Hi. I guess it's not only Cent problem, but still. After launching and scanning the new Malwarebytes 4, the browser resets to its original state. Doesn't matter stable or beta version. With the previous Malwarebytes 3 everything was good.
Did it report something?
Seems the profile data was deleted or corrupted.
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(11-25-2019, 03:38 PM)CentBrowser Wrote: Did it report something?
Seems the profile data was deleted or corrupted.
Nothing found in Malwarebytes. Clean.
It's not about the profile. Reinstall the browser (removal, installation), synchronize, configure. After running and scanning Malwarebytes version 4, the browser is reset to default as if it just installed. With Malwarebytes version 3, this was not the case.
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(11-25-2019, 04:05 PM)SancheZ Wrote: Nothing found in Malwarebytes. Clean.
It's not about the profile. Reinstall the browser (removal, installation), synchronize, configure. After running and scanning Malwarebytes version 4, the browser is reset to default as if it just installed. With Malwarebytes version 3, this was not the case.
Are you familiar with Process Monitor?
You can use it to monitor I/O operations in your browser profile directory(User Data).
Or have you tried running the browser with safemode.bat(under the same directory of chrome.exe)?
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