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  • Isn't Topic Multi-Moderation the same as Inline Moderation?
    ManagerJosh, Owner of 4 XenForo Licenses, 1 vBulletin Legacy License, 1 Internet Brands Suite License
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    • Originally posted by ManagerJosh
      Isn't Topic Multi-Moderation the same as Inline Moderation?
      No, it's a little different.
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      • Originally posted by Quillz
        No, it's a little different.
        Care to explain?
        ManagerJosh, Owner of 4 XenForo Licenses, 1 vBulletin Legacy License, 1 Internet Brands Suite License
        Director, WorldSims.org | Gaming Hosting Administrator, SimGames.net, Urban Online Entertainment

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        • Originally posted by ManagerJosh
          Care to explain?
          Topic multi moderation are automatic messages you can set up. You can let certain usergroups use it (mods would be an obvious choice). For example, you can set up a message that says "This topic has been resolved. Topic closed to avoid spam" or something else that you would normally post alot. Topic multi-moderation gets rid of the need to post it every time and instead allows you to post it automatically with a simple click from inline moderation. Very handy.

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          • Originally posted by kman2
            Topic multi moderation are automatic messages you can set up. You can let certain usergroups use it (mods would be an obvious choice). For example, you can set up a message that says "This topic has been resolved. Topic closed to avoid spam" or something else that you would normally post alot. Topic multi-moderation gets rid of the need to post it every time and instead allows you to post it automatically with a simple click from inline moderation. Very handy.
            Yeah, it'd be nice to see in a future vB release.
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            • All of the ajax features are better implemented on vB imo. The quick edit makes more sense and is faster to use, since you don't have to select from the little menu every time. Plus, if you wanted to do a full edit, simply double click on the edit button. Takes you to the same screen with 2 clicks, like IPB, but faster since you don't have to move your mouse.

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              • Originally posted by kman2
                All of the ajax features are better implemented on vB imo. The quick edit makes more sense and is faster to use, since you don't have to select from the little menu every time. Plus, if you wanted to do a full edit, simply double click on the edit button. Takes you to the same screen with 2 clicks, like IPB, but faster since you don't have to move your mouse.
                I must say I have to agree not just on ajax features but the inline moderation
                Vbulletin has helpful drop downs which allow u to select all.
                I prefer the skinning on vbulletin and admin panel is much simpler imo

                I've done a full conversion of my vbulletin forums to the latest Invision Powerboard lately , it was to do with performance gains because I know IPB runs a lot faster imo however vbulletin feels more complete with its plugin system and while both forums are comparable feature wise I feel vbulletin is just easier to use
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                • I don't like anything from IPB, it's too expensive. vBulletin all the way!

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                    • Originally posted by Ritterz
                      I don't like anything from IPB, it's too expensive. vBulletin all the way!
                      How much is IPB?, not that i would every consider switching anyway..
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                      • There is only and I mean ONLY one thing I like about IPB that vBulletin doesn't have. You can click multiple quote buttons and when you click new reply, all the quotes you selected are in the message box.

                        Not really worth giving up my vB for, but it's a good AJAX feature that should be integrated into vBulletin.

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                        • Originally posted by James Kojiro
                          There is only and I mean ONLY one thing I like about IPB that vBulletin doesn't have. You can click multiple quote buttons and when you click new reply, all the quotes you selected are in the message box.

                          Not really worth giving up my vB for, but it's a good AJAX feature that should be integrated into vBulletin.
                          Is it AJAX? I thought it was JavaScript.
                          Congratulations on the death of vBulletin, Internet Brands.

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                          • Yes, just JS AFAIK. It just enters some post ID's into a cookie which is read by PHP on a reply page.

                            I think one of the biggest reasons vB doesnt have it by default is that it would totally break the threaded/hybrid views. Though I don't use them at all, so I'd still want it

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                            • I'm sure they're working on it though; it's under the "Under Consideration" forum. Sure, they don't really use it because they've mentioned some other system they use, but I see it as hope.

                              I don't see why they couldn't do something similar: Use postids when you add quotes, and then make them show when you click "Post Reply" or some other similar system.
                              Congratulations on the death of vBulletin, Internet Brands.

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                              • IPB costs $69.95 for a yearly license and $185 for a perpetual license. Not really all that much more expensive than vB.
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