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7.2 Release Discussion

Posted By: Rick

7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 04:48 PM

You can discuss the upcoming release of 7.2 here. Please don't post any bugs in this forum.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 04:57 PM

Looking good smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:00 PM

yehhhh
Posted By: gliderdad

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:03 PM

Nice job smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:04 PM

I'm now in user info on top mode wink

quality / strange at first but cool.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:05 PM

Teaser Forums smile

I cant keep up, i'm clicking and pressing everywhere lol.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:05 PM

Originally Posted by Mark S
I'm now in user info on top mode wink

quality / strange at first but cool.

eh?
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:05 PM

Mark, I probably need to adjust the styles a bit, so the author section is distinct from the post, but that format does give more side to side room.
Posted By: Stilgar

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:08 PM

Oh yes, bring on the 7.2 testing!

Looks good, Rick!
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:10 PM

Originally Posted by Ian

eh?


see change log for catch up lol


Check your preferences in "My Stuff" wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:12 PM

Boo Made you look grin
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:53 PM

How many images can you upload,
i don't know currently and ive been stopped adding my 3rd picture,
in the same topic.

What are we allowed as humble members lol
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:57 PM

It's set to 3 for general members wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 05:58 PM

i couldn't upload the 3rd smile

is that per topic
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:02 PM

yeah, that's per topic. Maybe I have a bit of a math problem. It's set to 3, but maybe the code is < 3. Will check that.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:10 PM

I was using the "Edit" then the image manager which listed (0) files.

let me do what i don't again, in case your on a goose chase.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:15 PM

will throw this over to the bug forum smile
got it pinned down.
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:17 PM

Okay, next logical question. Can the photo gallery alone be marked to not SHOW the posting until authorized by Mod or Admin ?

Not such an issue for many sites I'm sure, but with the amount of SPAM and PORN out there these days I'm sure some people are clueless and will post inappropriate material.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:19 PM

I have threatened my lot with a 7 day ban LOL

Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:19 PM

It goes through the standard posting script, so it should, though that's one thing I haven't tested yet. But I will.
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:25 PM

Well I mean on a per forum basis, not ALL forums as I think it currently works. Meaning that in general all posts are live and can be seen right away, but maybe for images allow the Admin to set that forum to only show the post once authorized.
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 06:28 PM

That's what I'm referring to actually. There is the option when adding/editing a forum, to "Enable Full Post Moderation?", which should apply. Just need to double check.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:30 PM

Rick have you made the user info

<<<< The space to the left wider or is it me ?

And they seem more defined (more blue) is this a style tweak ?
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:32 PM

Nope, not wider. But the blue is a style tweak yeah. That's defined by the new author-content class.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:33 PM

Probably the blue making it "Look" wider as its more defined.
Nice like it wink

I see all images now have descriptions, not just the
gallery (forum) images.

Or did you add the blue so these would fit nicer lol
[Linked Image]

Testing post linking Clicky
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:41 PM

Yeah, you can add descriptions for all file attachments. I should probably remove the "Description:" text when none is specified, or just make it "Description: None Supplied"

Those images would go good with this theme, just have to see how they look on the others, because they won't change wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:44 PM

Remove if none : or at the least a space between the images at the least.

I can give you the psd file if yu want it.
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:58 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
It's set to 3 for general members wink


Good move - I have some nutters on my boards who would post their entire family history!

So then, the number can be altered dependant on user group?
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 08:59 PM

Haaaa i know now, its because "Moods" have now moved
next to user name, giving more space.

Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:02 PM

Originally Posted by driv
Originally Posted by Rick
It's set to 3 for general members wink


Good move - I have some nutters on my boards who would post their entire family history!

So then, the number can be altered dependant on user group?


I don't know if by "User Group" is implemented yet (I may be wrong).
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:02 PM

They may fit on a blue theme, but they don't fit for my gold theme wink
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:05 PM

Right now it's just a setting for all non admins. 7.3 is where I'm going to expand the user group permissions, so that will go in then. I was going to do this for 7.2, but I basically need to write a lot of new code to make it as flexible as I want it to be.
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:06 PM

lol, Nt is still using that style that I have disabled wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:10 PM

Its that time of a million question where you have the privialge of seeing the Admin settings.

Are those images [Linked Image]
Stock and not customisable.

[Linked Image]As in they would work for this default skin ?

Or the default install ?

just for NT lol >> [Linked Image]
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:14 PM

The images are basically just hard links. Custom Titles don't work with images to match styles. At least not yet wink
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:15 PM

What disabled theme wink

[Linked Image]
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:29 PM

Its not in my drop list confused lol
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 09:44 PM

that is because it was disabled shortly after being introduced. I think there were width issues.
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 10:26 PM

works fine on my system no problem. grin

Don't really care for much of the other themes.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 10:31 PM

Just noticed the "Whos On Line" extra info wink

Nice....... wink
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:02 PM

Lol perhpas a setting that when a style is disabled users have to use the default :x
Posted By: LarE

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:06 PM

Will there be a direct upgrade from 7.1 to 7.2 or should i plan on going though 7.1.1
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:09 PM

You'll be able to upgrade directly from 7.1 to 7.2.
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:16 PM

unless the altertable doesn't run :ahem:
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:21 PM

That's been fixed, quit spreading rumors laugh
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/14/07 11:31 PM

Who me? lol... You've got to admit, that happening to just me, on two seperate installs, was just crazy... lol... I should try it on another machine too :x
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:20 AM

Clicking on the link for what / where someone is reading a post now works as it used to. Thanks for fixing that one Rick.

Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:28 AM

Question :

How will the Gallery and Normal Forums interact in a move this Topic situation?

Criteria to move into gallery ? (If any)
Criteria to move a Topic out of the Gallery ? (If any) smile

I guess must have 1 attached image ?
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:43 AM

Topics in a gallery forum can only be moved to gallery forums. Topics in regular forums can only be moved to regular forums.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:45 AM

okay can I tag an exiting forum as a Gallery
with topics running ?

its question time sorry wink
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:47 AM

Nope. An existing forum cannot be changed to a Gallery Forum. And a gallery forum cannot be changed to a regular forum.

They both function off a lot of the same code, but swapping from one to another just leads to a lot of issues, so forum types are locked in and exclusive.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:48 AM

Okay fair doo's at least we know smile
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 09:38 AM

Originally Posted by LarE
Will there be a direct upgrade from 7.1 to 7.2 or should i plan on going though 7.1.1


I upgraded fine from 7.1 to 7.2 - the altertable took quite a while on mine (about 40 minutes), but then I do have 1.2 million posts.

I did not have any errors - but then I also used a slightly later version that the one used by Gizmo.

So I am sure you will be fine smile
Posted By: Zarzal

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 09:46 AM

I like what I see. The active topic/posts page is now better.
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 09:52 AM

heh, the one time I'm "on the ball" and it bites me in my butt...
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 10:02 AM

Originally Posted by Rick
Nope, not wider. But the blue is a style tweak yeah. That's defined by the new author-content class.


That does not seem to be standard - the same theme on my site is much paler - not sure why at the moment
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 10:29 AM

Originally Posted by Ian
but then I do have 1.2 million posts.


There is that million again lol...
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:53 AM

Originally Posted by Ian
but then I do have 1.2 million posts.


shocked Wow .. I'm speechless!
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:59 AM

sadly the total posts on the site only says 1.1 million - I would love the figures for forum stats - i.e.

Members, Topics & Posts to be accurate
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:01 PM

1 million is 1 million i wouldnt worry about the decimal point that far down the road lol...

<Jealous> frown
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:02 PM

Ian start a new topic

"The Millionaires CLub"
I think it will be spam free, as i can only wish and dream lol.

One hell of an achivement.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:07 PM

LOL - it has taken a while to get there. of course we celebrated the millionth post whilst our post stats were say 900K - not very helpful LOL
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:08 PM

Originally Posted by Mark S
Ian start a new topic

"The Millionaires CLub"
I think it will be spam free, as i can only wish and dream lol.

One hell of an achivement.


BTW - there are several site, much bigger than mine - I can only but dream to be up there with them frown
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 12:40 PM

Watched Topic: Feedback & Suggestions : All emails should have a start and end

Excellent looks like our watched topics now have a Catergorey to them too wink

Excellent smile smile smile
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 02:28 PM

Originally Posted by Ian
That does not seem to be standard - the same theme on my site is much paler - not sure why at the moment


The default when your style is upgraded just uses the alt-2 class. I manually tweaked my author-content here.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 02:36 PM

cheat !
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 03:58 PM

Rick, when you release 7.2, do you include something that tells us which files have been modified? I usually only get the major releases, so I've not done an upgrade before. But this one is too good to pass up. smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:06 PM

Its faily easy.
You run a upgrade script, i will also check than all the new
files are inplace before it does what it does.

Ive forgot where you can read up about it,
Gizmo has a Topic about it wink

Click Me

Scarey - But Not as bad as you think it will be wink
Just make a back up smile
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:12 PM

Essentially you just upload everything smile (except styles, includes etc.)

Between .x changes it might be worth re-doing your hacks if you have anything, however for .x.x changes I would probably alter the files first then upload anything.

At the moment there are some big changes in each .x release.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:15 PM

Me and Beyond compare will be spending an afternoon together lol
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:15 PM

Thanks Mark and Ian. I guess what I'm nervous about, is that I have made a heap of changes to scripts. I did keep a record of those changes, but I'd love to be able to compare my record with the files that have been modified for this upgrade.
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:18 PM

I use UltraCompare and it makes the chore very easy. Couple that with UltraEdit and you're good to go.

2c
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:40 PM

I can't fathom ultracompare out - with beyond compare I can check two folders and then skim through each file that has changed. That doesn't seem possible with ultracompare.


Bear in mind that you need to ignore the version number in every file.
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:43 PM

if you are using the freebie version that comes with ultraedit, then i'll agree.

however folder compare with ultracompare is uber-easy and easier than beyond compare, imo. i especially like the 3-way compare option too.

i must admit that i was using UC first, didn't like all of it's features (was too lazy to really figure out how to do it properly). sooo i went to BC.... and liked it..

then i came back to UC, learned how to setup all the defaults and profiles and have never looked back.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:52 PM

no - I have professional - a paid for version
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:54 PM

Originally Posted by Ian
Bear in mind that you need to ignore the version number in every file.


And the text below it which i could never get it to ignore
so my first compare was hours long because of a blank line
and commented out php tags or somthing.

Its done now so i hopefully wont have that palarver again,
not the easiest program to get working out the box.
But when you do have it "Set up" correctly its sweet wink

I have confidence in BC2 now wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:55 PM

Originally Posted by Ian
no - I have professional - a paid for version

I have the professional Bit Torrent version lol...
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:58 PM

okie dokie.

i guess it comes down to a preference thingie then. they both accomplish the goal of comparing root folders and spitting out recursive differences in files and i just ended up gravitating to UC in the end, as i was already using UE as my editing platform.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 04:59 PM

I like Ultra Edit too wink
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 05:01 PM

lol @ professional bittorent version laugh
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 07:36 PM

Originally Posted by Rose
Rick, when you release 7.2, do you include something that tells us which files have been modified?


So ... I guess the answer is no. smile
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 07:44 PM

Basically the upgrade script will do this. You can just load the install directory and bring up the upgrade script in your browser, login and it will tell you all of the files that have been added, changed or removed.

Or, there is also just a text file called UPGRADE_CHANGES.txt in the install directory. This is just one big file that contains all changes for all versions.
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 07:52 PM

Cool Rick. Thanks so much. smile So do you have a date for the 7.2 release yet?
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 08:33 PM

I'd guess several weeks or so. Depends upon our bug exterminating efforts.
Posted By: Stephen G

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:04 PM

Originally Posted by Mark S


Check your preferences in "My Stuff" wink


Yay! I Like It!
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:07 PM

Harold, is that Rush Limbaugh you have as an avatar?
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:08 PM

Originally Posted by Sirdude
lol @ professional bittorent version laugh
no fair, nav yells at me for such jokes :X

Originally Posted by Rose
Cool Rick. Thanks so much. smile So do you have a date for the 7.2 release yet?
see the "when do we recieve a beta" thread in the FAQ forum, and add a week or two to it...

Originally Posted by Rose
Harold, is that Rush Limbaugh you have as an avatar?
it varies...
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:12 PM

hehe my nav corp 10.1 - bittorrent - version doesn't laugh





I KEED! wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:18 PM

I KEED ?

Ive just noticed the gallery is working different?
If you comment to a picture it come to the top / front
of the gallery index, it wasn't doing that yesterday wink

Wonder if the gallery island will catch that too ?
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:31 PM

Originally Posted by Rose
Harold, is that Rush Limbaugh you have as an avatar?

Yep. He's in the random rotation. Something different should pop up with every page view. I keep forgetting to add his mugshot from last year.
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:40 PM

Originally Posted by Mark S
I KEED ?


Linky poo wink

whoops. um.. err (please ignore definition #2's example) blush
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/15/07 11:42 PM

wink
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:04 AM

That urban dictionary is very urban.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:05 AM

5-22-2007: 7.2 Feature: Added new CSS classes to the Forum Summary properties. This will allow styles to be created where the rows will alternate color when listing topics in a forum. It also gives the ability to set properties for the rows that contain new topics/posts.

-------
I guess this one hasn't been switched on yet ?
Or i cant see it?
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:08 AM

The new classes would need data manually entered unless Rick had it populate during the upgrade.
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:24 AM

if you view the .css, the classes are there:

  • (alt|new)-newintopic
  • (alt|new)-topicicon
  • (alt|new)-topicsubject
  • (alt|new)-topicreplies
  • (alt|new)-topicviews
  • (alt|new)-topictime


they may not be integrated in the style editor yet, but then again it's just a guess.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:26 AM

Funny if Ricks just Forgot lol
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:29 AM

Well, i know he has logic for it in postlist(.inc.php|tpl), because when you view source you see him alternating the classes.

Only thing i can't determine is if it's in the editor. My guess is not (yet), since the order that they appear isn't right next to the normal ones.

But that is a wild ass guess on my part and i don't mind being wrong on this one either wink
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 12:42 AM

Originally Posted by Harold
Something different should pop up with every page view.


How do I make one of those?
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 01:03 AM

usually an image rotator. i have an unused one here

if you keep refreshing, the random image will be displayed

source here , if you want to try your own

one key is to get the url to pan out in the ubbt world and be treated as an image. ubbcode parser usually flags it and you don't get your image.

[Linked Image]

if you refresh my post it will change the image. just do a quick quote and you'll see the img code used.
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 01:20 AM

Thanks SD - I might just try that. smile
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 01:34 AM

Rose, here's where I got mine from. There's two methods detailed if the first one doesn't work from your webhost not allowing it. You might also need to log into threadsdev.com if you can't see or download the attachments in that topic.

The funny thing about this thing is that vB can tell when a php script is pretending to be a .gif and it tells you it doesn't like it.

Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/16/07 01:42 AM

Great Harold! Thanks. smile Going to gather some avatars. smile
Posted By: Stan

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/17/07 12:15 AM

When will the beta be available to us 'common folk' smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/17/07 12:20 AM

A guess, when the bugs are fixed wink or a wild guess 2 weeks?
Posted By: gliderdad

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/17/07 12:23 AM

When bug reports stop it usually a few weeks after.
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/17/07 03:34 AM

FYI, theres a topic on this in the FAQ forum; which covers when "the public" sees a beta (if it's even a beta when you see it)
Posted By: MikeBTech

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/17/07 05:44 PM

Nice job Rick.. Good stuff !!

Posted By: tonto69

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/18/07 02:44 AM

"the big one being the built in Photo Gallery"

grin grin grin

It would be nice to have a link to the Photo Gallery in the BreadCrumb
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/18/07 02:52 AM

it's something you can hack in; the gallery is just a forum, just like any other, only it uses the photo uploader options...

As such, you can make a forum for any type pof gallery; theres no real way to shove it in the breadcrumb as it can be any forum, or forums...
Posted By: tonto69

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/18/07 04:33 AM

I don't know if this is a big deal but the green line doesn't extend all the way in the photo album. I've attached a pic with a red pin marking the location to explain.

Attached picture 559-photogallerypin.jpg
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/18/07 04:39 AM

Good catch, though probably better for the bug forum than the release discussion
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/18/07 11:07 AM

I do like the new registration method.

Rules / then reg screen wink

works for me smile

if Registration - Age Verification is enabled is it then a 3 page registration?
When does it show its self?

1. Rules
2. Age Verification
3. Registration Screen

So i can tweak the wording in my Forum Rules. wink
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/27/07 06:57 AM

Post Gallery does not appear to allow PREVIEW of the image(s) you uploaded as part of the post. I think the images should be previewed as well (IMHO)
Posted By: Harold

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/27/07 12:03 PM

Agreed. I noticed that too.
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/27/07 09:17 PM

Quote:
You'll be able to upgrade directly from 7.1 to 7.2.


I hear the sound of a sphincter quivering @ 50Hz. (Mine!)
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/27/07 10:05 PM

lmao driv.. no worries!!! wink
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 02:45 PM

Originally Posted by Sirdude
lmao driv.. no worries!!! wink


So you say....
I haven't done an upgrade since classic. eek

Threads was an import.
Posted By: ScriptKeeper

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 03:58 PM

Too be honest, I don't find upgrading that straight forward. I get confused with what order to do things in and what files to upload and when.

I find having the upgrade doc to hand helps a little and there's also the upgrade thread to refer to if needs be.
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 04:29 PM

Just an FYI. We plan on having beta 4 being a public beta. Probably will be in the members area the first part of next week.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 04:29 PM

Took me a while and i'm always on edge too.

But when an upgrade is released you generally find
a few asking how too again wink
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 11:21 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
Just an FYI. We plan on having beta 4 being a public beta. Probably will be in the members area the first part of next week.
<snicker> and here I'm still on Beta2!
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/28/07 11:25 PM

b3 was a little quiet coming on-line?


Maybe when i had him writing essays about post icons lol ?
Posted By: BradHa

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/29/07 06:27 PM

This has probably been asked already but I couldn't find it anywhere.

With the photo gallery setup options.

Will it allow you to up the limit on how many photos users can upload at once?

From there, are you able to edit the posting to add even more?

In the old gallery that we ran in conjunction with this software, I was often times uploading a couple of hundred images into a single gallery. The 1-3 at a time is too time consuming and I just want to be sure I have other options.
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/29/07 07:41 PM

Wow hundreds at a time eh! Well my guess is that no not in 7.2 but maybe in a future version. Though it might take some work as PHP/MySQL has time-out limits for scripts to run which I'm not sure if they would apply to a file transfer that is already under way.

The whole manager for that though to me... looks like it would need an overhaul to some degree to do that many, and then also you would want more folder control, creation as sooner or later the more images you have in a folder the slower the upload and download - i.e. viewing, will be.
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 06/29/07 10:47 PM

You can adjust th elimit to how many you can upload in the control panel when you're assigning a forum as a gallery (or editing a gallery forum) on the main tab:
Number of photos that can be attached to a post.
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 04:36 PM

Things have been pretty quiet on the bug reports, so I'll probably get ready for the 7.2 final release. I know eventually we'll have a few bugs popping up, so we'll undoubtedly need a 7.2.1 at some point, but things seem very stable, so no sense in holding up 7.2 final much longer.
Posted By: Yarp™

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 04:58 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
Things have been pretty quiet on the bug reports, so I'll probably get ready for the 7.2 final release. I know eventually we'll have a few bugs popping up, so we'll undoubtedly need a 7.2.1 at some point, but things seem very stable, so no sense in holding up 7.2 final much longer.


great, looking forward to it. Just spend a week in Portugal to catch up on daylight hours, now I can loose them again so things will be back to normal smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 06:39 PM

So you Rackin and Packing for the weekend Rick ?

7.2 Final ?
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 10:33 PM

<snicker> that was a quick beta period wink
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 10:39 PM

wait i found a show stopper bug...

you forgot to include this smiley in the core! [Linked Image]


Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/12/07 10:44 PM

Just what every forum solution needs, dancing fruit wink
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 03:01 PM

Sorry we didn't get 7.2 final out yesterday, but this does allow me to fix a couple of bugs that were found at the very last minute. So, we'll try and get this out Monday.
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 03:17 PM

For those who want to make similar forum announcements regarding the new features in 7.2, copy/paste the following into a post on your forum (change color to your liking):

[list=1]
[*] [color:#369]Spoiler Tags. [/color]
These can be accessed via the Full Reply screen. "S" with the Diagonal line. What are spoiler tags for?
There are many reasons.[list]
[*] A Review and you don't want to spoil the ending.
[*] A joke with a funny ending.
[*] Or the answer to a question.[/list]

[*] [color:#369]Mark a Forum as Read [/color]
The New Post Icon next to a forum can now be double-clicked to mark an individual and sub forums to be marked as ALL Read.
[*] [color:#369]Who's On-line More Details [/color]
screen to show the actual topic a user is looking at
[*] [color:#369]Quick Full Reply [/color]
A New Button under the quick reply box "Switch to Full Reply"
This will keep your text in the quick reply and place it
into the full reply for you. Where you can access all the Active panel controls.
[*] [color:#369]Leaving a Private Message Notice [/color]
When a someone removes themselves from a private message / topic a note will be added to the topic to let other participants know.
[*] [color:#369]Images with Descriptions [/color]
When using the File / Image Manager you can now add a description {caption}
to appear underneath your picture. Available with the uploader only.
[*] [color:#369]Moods have Moved [/color]
Changed the online /off line indicator next to users name,
you can hover over it to see text of that mood.
[*] [color:#369]Who is in a Private Message [/color]
it will now show all participants in each private message.
[*] [color:#369]E-mail with Forum Name as Type And Subject [/color]
When you receive an e-mail from our forums, it will also contain
the Forum and the Topic Title in the Subject line.
[*] [color:#369]Private Message E-mails [/color]
Are now sent with full content to your e-mail address.
[*] [color:#369]Private Message Limit Bar [/color]
You can now see in a progress bar in "My Messages" how many private message you can receive "Total"
[*] [color:#369]Happy Birthday [/color]
Automatic Birthday Wished to members on their Birthday.
[*] [color:#369]Attachment Limits [/color]
Members now have an Attachment limit total visible when using
the file / image manager to assist them. This will inform you
how many images you can upload.
[*] [color:#369]New Active Posts [/color]
Now you can view the Last Active Posts or Active Topics
[*] [color:#369]New Gallery Forums [/color]
These behave like a Gallery and are different from a Posting Forum.
The Gallery forums have a unique Forum Icon looking like a camera.
[*] [color:#369]Gallery Pictures in a side Island. [/color]
The latest Gallery Images can now be viewed in side islands.
[*] [color:#369]User Information On the Top Or Side of a post view? [/color]
By visiting "My Preferences" you can now choose to view user details on the top of a post or at the side where it is now.
You know where you see our avatars?
[*] [color:#369]View all Topics Started by a member. [/color]
By visiting "A Member's Profile" select "Show User's Posts" and then select Topics Created or All Posts
[/list]
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 03:38 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
Sorry we didn't get 7.2 final out yesterday, but this does allow me to fix a couple of bugs that were found at the very last minute. So, we'll try and get this out Monday.


[Linked Image]You will see this face again lol

Are they big fixes Rick?
I'm going to have to go 7.2b5 wink

My Lip is much bigger than his lol
Posted By: Trixie

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 05:53 PM

Oh My Gosh! I'll be laughing all day! Such a perfect place for that expression! Too late, I right clicked and copied!

This isn't one of your baby picts is it Marky? smile
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 06:11 PM

Originally Posted by AllenAyres
For those who want to make similar forum announcements...


Appreciated Allen,
d.
Posted By: Trixie

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/14/07 06:36 PM

Agreed. The list came in quite handy. Thank you Allen.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/15/07 01:13 AM

I'm only now getting my head around 7.2b5
and the admin side of things has had alot of work done on it.

Lots of new little links and hop to's.
Logging etc....

A lot of unsung work gone on there wink

Good Job Rick wink

Now wheres' that 7.2 Final lol
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 04:21 PM

I'm preparing my happy face?

Rick's been prefixing [Fixed] in the bugs forum again.
So we cant be too far away wink
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 06:08 PM

Wooh Hoo it's out laugh
Now I've just got to find the time (& nerve) to install...
Posted By: teamzr1

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 06:40 PM

If we have been using BETA 7.2b5 is there any changes in what is public release of today to warrant updating again ?
Posted By: gliderdad

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 06:58 PM

Yea some bug fixes
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 07:01 PM

What glider said. Yes, there are some bugfixes you'll want/need.
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 07:01 PM

I had to resend the newsletter out to everyone. Because I'm a goober I sent it with an old subject line referencing 7.2 beta 1. blush
Posted By: gliderdad

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 07:03 PM

LOL, no worries. It has to us all from time to time, thanks again Rick smile
Posted By: Stilgar

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 07:48 PM

That's ok, I put you on spam block... LOL

Great version this 7.2 is. Lots of new stuff for those who have not been playing with the public beta.
Posted By: teamzr1

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 07:54 PM

Originally Posted by gliderdad
Yea some bug fixes


Thanks, update done and board back up
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 08:14 PM

Originally Posted by driv
Wooh Hoo it's out laugh
Now I've just got to find the time (& nerve) to install...
I sense these things lol

nice one will get that installed a little later wink

And i now have my happy face

[Linked Image]
Posted By: Yarp™

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 08:35 PM

Originally Posted by driv
Wooh Hoo it's out laugh
Now I've just got to find the time (& nerve) to install...


Nerve I don't need, just time laugh
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 08:44 PM

/me fires up ultracompare
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 09:03 PM

ultracompare?
Posted By: driv

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 09:15 PM

Ahhh - Ultracompare
Quote:
UltraCompare Pro - Powerful compare/merge utility with line-by-line comparison of individual files in text or binary modes. Folder compare/merge for individual directories and recursive folder compare includes all subdirectories of compared folders as well.



Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 10:35 PM

Stand back boys smile

I Upgraded with out any issue and that's a first for me smile

I'm coming of age smile

Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 10:56 PM

ruh roh... *sniff* they grow up so fast *sniff*
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/16/07 11:38 PM

:loads beyondcompare:
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 12:11 AM

:loads fdisk: starts fresh, restores data.
Posted By: smallufo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 12:37 AM

Hello ,
Great to see 7.2 is finally out. Great job!

I wonder is it able to upgrade from 6.5.x to 7.2 directly ? (skip 7.1)
And ... is the email problem solved ?
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 01:23 AM

luckily Rick took care of the beta group so we have the last changed files list so upgrading should take all of 3 seconds between our final and public final lol...
Posted By: smallufo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 01:42 AM

It seems the new threads_import.zip hasn't been released , is it ?
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 01:52 AM

I don't believe there was an update to the threads importer...
Posted By: smallufo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 03:32 AM

Originally Posted by Gizmo
I don't believe there was an update to the threads importer...

Does it mean that the table schema is un-modified ?
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 04:15 AM

None of the importers needed any adjusting for this version. There are changes to the various tables, but nothing that caused any issues with the importers.
Posted By: ScriptKeeper

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 02:01 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
I had to resend the newsletter out to everyone.

I never get e-mails from UBBC. My address is correct in my profile (Outlook spam filter set to stun, not kill) and I have opted to receive but I don't get newsletters, announcements or even PM notifications. frown
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 04:48 PM

Originally Posted by Trixie
Agreed. The list came in quite handy. Thank you Allen.


No problem. Rick had a similar list if you want to use that one:
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 04:48 PM

[list=1]
[*][u][color:green]New Gallery Forums[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]These behave like a Gallery and are different from a Posting Forum.
The Gallery forums have a unique Forum Icon looking like a camera.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Mark a Forum as Read[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]The New Post Icon next to a forum can now be double-clicked to mark an individual and sub forums to be marked as ALL Read. [/size]
[*][u][color:green]Who's On-line More Details[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]screen to show the actual topic a user is looking at[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Quick Full Reply[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]A New Button under the quick reply box [color:green]"Switch to Full Reply"[/color]
This will keep your text in the quick reply and place it
into the full reply for you. Where you can access all the Active panel controls.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Leaving a Private Message Notice[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]When someone removes themselves from a private message / topic a note will be added to the topic to let other participants know.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Images with a Descriptions[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]When using the File / Image Manager you can now add a description {caption}
to appear underneath your picture. Available with the uploader only.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Moods have Moved[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]Changed the online /off line indicator next to users name,
you can hover over it to see text of that mood.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Who is in a Private Message[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]private messages, it will now show all participants in each private message.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]E-mail with Forum Name as Type And Subject[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]When you receive an e-mail from our forums, it will also contain
the Forum and the Topic Title in the Subject line.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Private Message E-mails[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]Are now sent with full content to your e-mail address.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Private Message Limit Bar[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]You can now see in a progress bar in "My Messages" how many private message you can receive "Total"[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Happy Birthday[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]Automatic Birthday Wished to members on their Birthday.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Attachment Limits[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]Members now have an Attachment limit total visible when using
the file / image manager to assist them. This will inform you
how many images you can upload.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]New Active Posts[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]Now you can view the [b]Last Active Posts[/b] or [b]Active Topics[/b][/size]
[*][u][color:green]Gallery Pictures in a side Island.[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]The latest Gallery Images can now be viewed in side islands.[/size]
[*][u][color:green]User Information On the Top Or Side of a post view?[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]By visiting "My Preferences" you can now choose to view user details on the top of a post or at the side where it is now.
You know where you see our avatars?[/size]
[*][u][color:green]View all Topics Started by a member.[/u][/color]
[size:8pt]By visiting "A Member's Profile" select "Show User's Posts" and then select Topics Created or All Posts[/size]
[*][u][color:green]Spoiler Tags[/u].[/color]
[size:8pt]These can be accessed via the Full Reply screen. "S" with the Diagonal line. What are spoiler tags for?
There are many reasons.
[list=a]
[*]) [color:green]A Review and you don't want to spoil the ending.[/color]
[*]) [color:green]A joke with a funny ending.[/color]
[*]) [color:green]Or the answer to a question.[/color][/size]

[/list]
[/list]
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/17/07 05:10 PM

You can also find the "Members list" in the admin zone. Click me

And the full list Change Log with everything smile
Posted By: Rose

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/18/07 02:35 AM

Originally Posted by Rick
You can discuss the upcoming release of 7.2 here. Please don't post any bugs in this forum.

Congratulations Rick! It's looking GOOD. smile We'll be installing at the end of the week. I'm really nervous about it .. but it will be all good, I'm sure. smile

Thanks for all your hard work, Rick.
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/18/07 02:26 PM

Originally Posted by Mark S
You can also find the "Members list" in the admin zone. Click me

And the full list Change Log with everything smile


bah, didn't even know that topic existed tongue kudos and credits to mark for my post smile
Posted By: Yarp™

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/20/07 08:59 PM

Originally Posted by Sirdude
/me fires up ultracompare


And I just finished playing with BeyondCompare to remember all the stuff I changed smile

I'm ready to go, I announced it for tomorrow mornning at our board. Have to wait till then smile
Posted By: Conrad

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 07/24/07 05:24 AM

Good job, Rick! I'm looking forward to upgrading my forums any day now!
Posted By: Basil

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/09/07 02:26 PM

Possible problem with gallery subforums and marking forums read. Some of my members have complained that, when they double-click the new posts icon on a forum to mark all posts read, the new post indicator doesn't always stay out. I have gallery-type subforums under many of my main forums, and it seems if there are new image posts in any of these gallery sub-forums, then the ONLY way to mark the parent forum as read and have it stay marked, is to first go into the Gallery sub-forum and open each new gallery post (double-clicking the cameral icon does not seem to work the way double clicking the new-post icon does. Is there a way for a future release to allow double-click of teh main forum new-post icon would mark all subforum posts as read also?

Basil
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/10/07 11:53 AM

I believe this has been addressed in 7.2.1b1 wink


Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/10/07 03:11 PM

I believe Mark is correct wink
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/10/07 06:16 PM

< Mark applies "I got it right badge" >
Posted By: Basil

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/11/07 12:28 PM

Originally Posted by Rick
I believe Mark is correct wink


I figured it would not take long to get corrected. Thanks!
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/17/07 08:16 PM

7.2.1 is out :yay:
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/17/07 11:00 PM

It's just a figment of your immagination...
Posted By: Stan

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/18/07 04:02 PM

is there a list of just the files that need to be up loaded to go from the previous latest version to this version?

I think it is only a few files... right?
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/18/07 04:28 PM

i think there is a changelog.txt, where you can see that smile
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/18/07 10:56 PM

SOME people upload the libs/ubbthreads.inc.php and then install file; it SHOULD show any changed files...

I myself don't like this upgrade route; i believe this is covered in a faq entry in the faq forum.
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/19/07 03:27 PM

Best method is always to upload all files - it is easy to merge any mods via a product such as Beyond Compare.
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/19/07 04:48 PM

yeppers.. without the automated compare proggies, i would be lost frown
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/19/07 05:34 PM

I usually use a Sat Nav, when I am lost wink
Posted By: SD

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/19/07 06:52 PM

lol @ [Linked Image]

i have a sat nav too and STILL get lost laugh
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/19/07 11:58 PM

I bought my mommy a compass last night for her car...

Originally Posted by Ian
Best method is always to upload all files
Agree, 10 fold.
Posted By: AllenAyres

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/20/07 09:49 PM

except for

/includes
/styles
/cache
/sessions

and a few others... wink
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/20/07 09:55 PM

Then isn't there just an UPGRADE package ?

Have one for NEW install and one for UPGRADE if this is so confusing for so many users I'd think that would maybe cut down on the amount of upgrade issues.
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/21/07 02:32 AM

Originally Posted by ntdoc
Then isn't there just an UPGRADE package ?

Have one for NEW install and one for UPGRADE if this is so confusing for so many users I'd think that would maybe cut down on the amount of upgrade issues.
We used to do this, but keep in mind two packages need to be maintained, which can get quite nasty if something "accidently" gets removed...

There are upgrade doc's in on the site and in the faq forum, it shouldn't be too hard to follow one of the methods displayed...
Posted By: ntdoc

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/21/07 03:18 AM

Yeah I hear ya, just trying to think of a way to help those that seem to keep having issues.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/21/07 10:48 PM

When i used classic i used to worry to hell at upgrade time?

In classic terms the upgrades were 6 months apart or so,
and by that time you had lost any confidence in upgrading
and began to search like crazy for any of youre own notes
about the last upgrade and what to do in your own words so to speak.

Since then,
ive got more involved and for me i am more confident with threads but still break it now and then lol...

The installer listing the files for upgrade really helps alot.
And helps prevent problems.

If i was to be pickky
i would like to see a standard txt file listing
the modified files, just as a heads up before running the installer, i think that could help alot of peeps wink

IMO
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/22/07 02:04 PM

Originally Posted by ntdoc
Then isn't there just an UPGRADE package ?

Have one for NEW install and one for UPGRADE if this is so confusing for so many users I'd think that would maybe cut down on the amount of upgrade issues.


Please no....

I use a billing solution, and they have separate upgrades to the full package, which is only intended for new installs.

One of the biggest problems is having to upgrade each install in turn, and also think about any modifications that have been done.

Much easier to import the changes locally and then upload all files.

The only 'upgrade' version that might be an idea is one without the includes etc., so that critical files can not be overwritten.



Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/22/07 03:48 PM

Originally Posted by Ian
The only 'upgrade' version that might be an idea is one without the includes etc., so that critical files can not be overwritten.
that's what he's talking about; which i dislike, because then there could be "refreshes" for "accidently added files" (or removed); have seen it elsewhere with other products and it just causes more problems than what it's worth...
Posted By: Ian

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/22/07 06:54 PM

Ok - I thought he meant a 'usaual' upgrade version, which just contained the files that have been altered.
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/28/07 11:59 PM

Just found this thread again,
need a GPS to find it lol
Posted By: Rick

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/29/07 12:00 AM

The list of forums was getting quite long, so I did some housecleaning, rearranging wink
Posted By: Gizmo

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/29/07 12:01 AM

Did the same at my sites; i <3 subforums...
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/29/07 12:02 AM

Good to see your bringing the sub forums into play
so you can appreciate some of the issue that you can have.

But seeing you fixed them problems its not a problem any more,
but still handy to have SUB 1 >> SUB 2 smile
Posted By: Mark S

Re: 7.2 Release Discussion - 08/29/07 12:03 AM

Originally Posted by Rick
The list of forums was getting quite long, so I did some housecleaning, rearranging wink
At least were not suffering from mouse wheel burn on our fingers lol
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