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  • Paul M
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    Originally posted by webrunner View Post


    Sorry, but I am stunned about this.
    how can a bug this size be in a released CMS product.

    What is even worse, that we have to wait 2 releases for a fix. That is several months without my CMS working.
    that is unacceptable for anyone that is working with vb in a professional setting.
    please post some kind of patch or oth workaround in the future in stead of letting us down like this.

    And I have another question:
    Saving an article, that is pretty basic CMS stuff which should have been tested. Do you guys test at all with new releases?
    Are you in a timewarp ? This is almost two months old now, and long since fixed.

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  • webrunner
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    Sorry, but I am stunned about this.
    how can a bug this size be in a released CMS product.

    What is even worse, that we have to wait 2 releases for a fix. That is several months without my CMS working.
    that is unacceptable for anyone that is working with vb in a professional setting.
    please post some kind of patch or oth workaround in the future in stead of letting us down like this.

    And I have another question:
    Saving an article, that is pretty basic CMS stuff which should have been tested. Do you guys test at all with new releases?
    Last edited by webrunner; Fri 10th Feb '12, 11:45pm. Reason: Typo

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  • Paul M
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    Not sure where you get two versions out from ? Its fixed in 4.1.10, which is the next scheduled version.

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  • Froberg
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    I've got the same issue. The article in question is not open for comments, and it's the only one where the errors occur.

    Sadly, it doesn't save my content either. Happy to learn it's already fixed in a future release.. maybe it could be released as a minor patch if it's two versions out though?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by K8TEK View Post
    It hasn't been fixed in 4.1.9
    It was never scheduled to be fixed in vBulletin 4.1.9. It is scheduled to be fixed with the release of 4.1.10 and always has been.

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  • K8TEK
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    It hasn't been fixed in 4.1.9

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  • Zachery
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    As far as I know its been fixed for 4.1.10 already.

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  • steven s
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Your articles still save.
    I did notice that.

    Hopefully it's reproducible for a developer can fix it.

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  • Zachery
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    Your articles still save.

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  • steven s
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    Originally posted by malmazan View Post
    I'm having the same problem since I upgraded to v4.1.8. The setting has always been on vBCms Comments

    http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBIV-13646
    Great. I should have stuck with 4.1.3.
    That makes two things broken in 4.1.8 for me.
    I selected no comments.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by malmazan View Post
    It was a true question. Since the setting is there, I wondered about its usefulness.
    Someone may already have a location where comments go. They may want to move them to a different forum. The option is there to give options to the end-user.

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  • malmazan
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    People change settings all the time without understanding what they are doing. Not saying anyone in this thread has done that but it can happen.
    It was a true question. Since the setting is there, I wondered about its usefulness.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by malmazan View Post
    ┐Would there be a reason for this to be set to a regular forum and not VBCms?
    People change settings all the time without understanding what they are doing. Not saying anyone in this thread has done that but it can happen.

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  • malmazan
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Also make sure the comment forum is set correctly and it allows new posts/threads to be made in it.
    ┐Would there be a reason for this to be set to a regular forum and not VBCms?

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  • Trevor Hannant
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    See post #10

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