vBulletin Upgrade

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    vBulletin Upgrade

    I upgraded the forum to the new vBulletin script, which has been out for some time. It had several bug and security changes. You should notice no changes but one. During the install, the "portal" front end broke, which was somewhat expected and I have decided to let it remain dead. In it's place I have added an entry page describing, briefly, what we are about and reminding members of the rules. It was put in place pretty quickly, so you can expect some minor revisions to it over the next several days and weeks.

    The other scripts not a part of the forum script, the Links and the Gallery remain, as always.
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    Bumper, the new front page was very well done. However, I like the other frontend better. Just my thoughts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kansas_shooter
    Bumper, the new front page was very well done. However, I like the other frontend better. Just my thoughts.
    I understand, but with the number of vBulletin upgrades and patches that come out, it takes a couple of hours to get the old front end working every time. It has caused me to procrastinate on upgrades which is something I shouldn't do....
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    Thanks for the time and effort Bumper. We do appreciate it.

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