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    Upgraded to vBulletin 4.1.5

    We're now running vBulletin 4.1.5. You can read about specific issues that are fixed at this page: https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...e-for-download.

    Please let me know if you notice any odd behavior that might be related to the upgrade.

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    WTF! The new smilies do not appear as advertised...surely we deserve better than this.
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    Thanks, fixed! I had to purge the CDN cache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    Please let me know if you notice any odd behavior that might be related to the upgrade.
    I'm certainly glad you qualified that... There's lots of odd behaviour 'round these parts...

    So far so good for the upgrade...
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    LOL... interesting that you should "like" my wisecrack. It sent me over to clear the notification...

    On the top of the Likes page there is a bar with numbers for the pages... If you pull the right side of the browser in, to make the window narrower the row of numbers laps in behind the first line of the list and you can't get to them...

    Oddly enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    Thanks, fixed! I had to purge the CDN cache.
    Ah right -- I had to do the same thing with the browser cache. Works now.

    Awesome.....
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    Current ISO draft standard
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    cpwiki -- our wiki on sourceforge

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    And the devil lives on .
    Hehe, at least one thing remains consistent around here now

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    This is what happens when I click on the C Board forum:Name:  cboard91111update.jpg
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Size:  163.5 KBedit- turns out it does it on any forum when you are at the main forum index.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quzah View Post
    This is what happens when I click no the C Board forum: [..image..]
    Same for me.
    Hadn't noticed it before, as I always use the "New Posts" link to find new/updated threads.

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    @Quzah Thanks! Should be fixed--I've limited the number of links there so it doesn't get out of control. Right now, it's at a max of 20; let me know if you think it needs to be more.

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    20 is better... maybe try 10 for people with lower resolutions (I'm on a 1080p monitor so no problem for me, personally)

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    I want my classic smilies back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    We're now running vBulletin 4.1.5.
    Thanks! Page navigation in the previous version was driving me nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CommonTater View Post
    20 is better... maybe try 10 for people with lower resolutions (I'm on a 1080p monitor so no problem for me, personally)
    Yeah, I'd say 10 also. If I need the 20th page for some reason, once I click 10, I can then just click 20.


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    Yeah, I think 20 pages doesn't do much besides (slightly) encourage resurrection of old threads.
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