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    Hi everyone.
    It's been a week since importing from mybb, and i've just noticed most threads aren't showing unless I change the display options at the bottom of my forumdisplay.php page.

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    My question is, how do I go about changing the length in admincp so that all threads show instead of everyone having to do it manually. - As it's now shown in the vbulletin forum display options.

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    Go to Forum Manager > edit a forum > set Default View Age to what you want. Alternately, go to Maintenance > Execute SQL Query > Automatic Query > Show All Threads (last option - or whichever option you want to pick)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Snex View Post
      Hi everyone.
      It's been a week since importing from mybb, and i've just noticed most threads aren't showing unless I change the display options at the bottom of my forumdisplay.php page.

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      My question is, how do I go about changing the length in admincp so that all threads show instead of everyone having to do it manually. - As it's now shown in the vbulletin forum display options.
      The second bit of instruction Lynne provided will allow you to change all the forums to the desired setting in one query.



      Dustin
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dustin L. View Post
        The second bit of instruction Lynne provided will allow you to change all the forums to the desired setting in one query.



        Dustin


        Thanks
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