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  • Forum Runner FAQ

    Forum Runner FAQ

    What happens with my Forum Runner Account if I Transfer/Sell My vBulletin 4 License?

    Your Forum Runner Account will still be linked to your vBulletin Account. However, vBulletin will automatically remove
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  • Unlinking Your Forum Runner Account

    Unlinking Your Forum Runner Account

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    To unlink your Forum Runner and vBulletin accounts, click on the username of your Forum Runner account in the License #/URL column. This takes you to a confirmation page. Clicking the <Yes,
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  • Viewing the Forum Runner Analytics for a vBulletin 4 License

    Viewing the Forum Runner Analytics for a vBulletin 4 License

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    To view the Forum Runner analytics for a specific license, find the license you want to view in the License Details and Options menu. Click on the "Analytics" in the License
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  • Deactivating Forum Runner for a vBulletin 4 License

    Deactivating Forum Runner for a vBulletin 4 License

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    To deactivate Forum Runner for a specific license, find the license you want to deactivate in the License Details and Options menu.

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    Click on the "Deactivate
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  • Claiming your VigLink Revenue

    Claiming your VigLink Revenue

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    NOTE: Make sure that you’ve enabled the Viglink Affiliate Support option in Your Forum Information.

    To claim your Viglink Revenues, click on the link in the License Options
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  • Changing Your Forum Runner Publishing Options

    Changing Your Forum Runner Publishing Options

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    To edit your Forum Runner publishing options, click on the link to the right labelled "Publish Options". This will open the Publish Options form, allowing you to make and save
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  • Editing Your Forum Runner Entry

    Editing Your Forum Runner Entry

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    To edit your Forum Runner Account, click on the link to the right labelled "Edit Forum Account". This will open the Forum Information form, allowing you to make and save all your
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  • Putting Your Forum on Forum Runner

    Putting Your Forum on Forum Runner

    Once you have linked your vBulletin and Forum Runner Accounts, you can register it and make it searchable in Forum Runner.

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    Regardless of whether or not you’re linking a new
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  • Creating a New Forum Runner Account

    Creating a New Forum Runner Account

    First, login to the vBulletin Member's Area using your customer number and password. Once you're in the Member's Read, click on "Home". There is a table listing your License Details and Options
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  • Linking an Existing Forum Runner Account

    Linking an Existing Forum Runner Account

    If you are not running vBulletin 4.1.12 (or later), we highly recommend you take the time to upgrade your board now. It will make managing and installing Forum Runner that much easier. You won’t have
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