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    Pardon my ignorance but which is the most stable of the Vb 4 set?

    I see this site and I like the look of it.

    I see they are using 4.2.1 and maybe some customized stuff? Not sure...
    I like the little arrow back to the top link also.

    Thanks all...............

  • #2
    The most stable is 4.2.1


    • #3
      Looks like a pretty basic install of 4.2.1 Suite to me.


      • #4
        Originally posted by Freddie Bingham View Post
        The most stable is 4.2.1
        I will take your word for it. Thank you...

        Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
        Looks like a pretty basic install of 4.2.1 Suite to me.
        A basic install? All of that comes with 4.2.1?
        Although it is a language I do not understand, the screen looks very busy.
        Do either of you have the time to post me a few other links to sites of a similar look so I may get a better idea...?

        Cheers Joe..


        • #5
          That little arrow on the right side is about the only modification I see on the site. The rest looks like a regular basic install (as already pointed out).

          What is it you want links to - other vb4 sites that don't have modifications or other vb4 sites that do have modifications or ?? (You could do a google search on "Version 4.2.1" and get many hits)

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          • #6
            Cheers again Lynne. I was just looking for links that will take me to outstanding VB 4.x sites to get some inspiration.


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