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  • 3.6

    hummmmmmmmm

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      7777777

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        waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz up

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          :d :d

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          • #6
            Originally posted by balzack View Post
            sweet, great.

            thanks for the help!
            Originally posted by Colin F View Post
            Next version as in 3.6.
            It's being beta tested on this site at the moment, and will go into public beta in the next few weeks.
            Originally posted by Colin F View Post
            Hi

            1. You can disallow guests to post. You can also block automated registrations by requiring users to fill in a CAPTCHA when registering, or even go so far as to moderate users.

            2. If security issues come up in vBulletin, a new version is usually released, and a patch file or plugin is released as well. So you can easily just import the plugin, or upload the patch file, overwriting that file.

            3. If you include the global.php file you can easily access the most important vBulletin functions, including the whole user data, user verification, no permission pages, and so on.
            As this requires custom coding, you'll have to ask on www.vbulletin.org for help though.

            4. You'll have to custom code this, but vBulletin uses Data Managers to insert/update data, and it's relatively easy to insert a thread using these.

            With a vBulletin license you'll also have access to the Developers API, which documents most of the functions and classes in vBulletin.
            [QUOTE=Kier;1136200]Welcome to the first public look at vBulletin 3.6!

            This is the first of a number of posts we will be making over the coming week introducing you to what's new in this new version of vBulletin.

            Take some time to wander around the forums and you'll find new features and useful changes throughout the system. Of course, you won't be able to see everything until you play with it as an administrator and there is far too much to squeeze into a single announcement, so we'll be posting new information daily. Be sure to check back each day for an update!

            Let's start with an important change...

            System Requirements
            vBulletin 3.6 now requires PHP 4.3.3 or later and MySQL 4.0.16 or later. These minimum versions are still several years old, so the vast majority of people should still meet the requirements. Check the main page of your admin control panel if you're not sure what versions of PHP and MySQL are on your server!

            Now, let's get into some of the more interesting changes....

            Part 1 - Wednesday May 31st


            Multi-Quote
            The much-requested multi-quote feature allows users to tag multiple posts that they wish to respond to by clicking a small button on each post. Once the user clicks the reply button, each tagged post is quoted.

            To increase usability, by default, only posts within the current thread are automatically quoted. If you wish to quote posts in other threads with multi-quote, you simply need to click a link on the reply page, and the text of those posts will be added without a reload.



            Mark Forums Read with AJAX
            If you wish to mark a forum read, you can simply click its status icon on the index page and the change will be processed without a reload. You can even mark individual sub-forums as read in the same way.




            Quote Tags Link to Quoted Post
            When quoting a post, the ID of the post is automatically included with the
            tag. When the quoted text is viewed in a thread, a small icon links back to the quoted post.

            Example:



            New Buddy/Ignore List Editor Saves with AJAX
            Along with a new interface, your buddy and ignore lists are saved with AJAX to prevent an unnecessary reload. Additionally to make the interface even easier to use, vBulletin searches for matching users as you type their names.




            Options Backup and Restore
            If you have ever tried to setup a test board before making changes to your real board, you have probably run into the problem of trying to move your option changes from the test board to the live board. Now, you can backup your options to an XML format and restore them to any other board. Options that might cause problems if moved (such as the cookie path and domain) are automatically skipped from the backup/restore process.


            Private Message Preview in Notification Emails
            If you have elected to receive emails when receiving a new private message, the email will now contain more than just the name of the user who sent you the message. The title and body of the message will be included. Any BB codes in the message will automatically be converted to an equivalent plaintext version using the new plaintext bbcode parser.

            Example output might look like this:



            Message previews in thread subscription emails also include the improved plaintext representation.


            Auto-Resize Oversized Image Attachments
            If a user attaches an image that has dimensions larger than the administrator allows, the image will automatically resized to fit. This is similar to the auto-resizing of avatars that vBulletin 3.5 performed.


            ?Reason for Editing? Available on Quick Edit
            You may now include a reason for editing without having to click through to the full editor.




            Unique Unsubscribe Link in Emails
            Thread and forum subscription emails now include a link for unsubscribing that is unique to each user. When using this link, unsubscribing from a thread or forum no longer requires logging in.


            Plugin Manager Sorted by Product
            The plugin manager now defaults to sorting its results by product, rather than by hook location as in vBulletin 3.5. You may re-sort the results by hook location if you would prefer the old view.




            Save Search Preferences with AJAX
            Changing your search preferences on the advanced search page no longer requires a page reload.
            Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
            waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz up
            Just a testing...
            Last edited by Bad Bunny; Mon 19th Jun '06, 9:27pm.
            V1 Bad Bunny Emoticons > (For Dark BGs)
            Squarehead V1 Emoticons -
            Let Users select postbit style!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
              hummmmmmmmm
              Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
              2nd reply
              Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
              3d reply
              7777777

              3
              Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
              waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz up
              Originally posted by Floris View Post
              :d :d
              I love it!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                hummmmmmmmm
                Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                2nd reply
                Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                3d reply
                7777777

                3
                Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz up
                Originally posted by Floris View Post
                :d :d
                [quote=Bad Bunny;1136467]
                Originally posted by Kier View Post
                Welcome to the first public look at vBulletin 3.6!

                This is the first of a number of posts we will be making over the coming week introducing you to what's new in this new version of vBulletin.

                Take some time to wander around the forums and you'll find new features and useful changes throughout the system. Of course, you won't be able to see everything until you play with it as an administrator and there is far too much to squeeze into a single announcement, so we'll be posting new information daily. Be sure to check back each day for an update!

                Let's start with an important change...

                System Requirements
                vBulletin 3.6 now requires PHP 4.3.3 or later and MySQL 4.0.16 or later. These minimum versions are still several years old, so the vast majority of people should still meet the requirements. Check the main page of your admin control panel if you're not sure what versions of PHP and MySQL are on your server!

                Now, let's get into some of the more interesting changes....

                Part 1 - Wednesday May 31st


                Multi-Quote
                The much-requested multi-quote feature allows users to tag multiple posts that they wish to respond to by clicking a small button on each post. Once the user clicks the reply button, each tagged post is quoted.

                To increase usability, by default, only posts within the current thread are automatically quoted. If you wish to quote posts in other threads with multi-quote, you simply need to click a link on the reply page, and the text of those posts will be added without a reload.



                Mark Forums Read with AJAX
                If you wish to mark a forum read, you can simply click its status icon on the index page and the change will be processed without a reload. You can even mark individual sub-forums as read in the same way.




                Quote Tags Link to Quoted Post
                When quoting a post, the ID of the post is automatically included with the


                Just a testing...
                Originally posted by Pathor View Post
                I love it!
                It seems one of the quotes above is broken. Is this a bug?
                Last edited by Quillz; Wed 31st May '06, 11:08am. Reason: I wanted to test the Quick Edit...
                Forums

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                  hummmmmmmmm
                  Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                  2nd reply
                  Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                  3d reply
                  7777777

                  3
                  Originally posted by SudaBest View Post
                  waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz up
                  Originally posted by Floris View Post
                  :d :d
                  [quote=Quillz;1136502]
                  Originally posted by Bad Bunny View Post


                  It seems one of the quotes above is broken. Is this a bug?
                  SICK!

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