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  • #16
    Originally posted by lifanovsky View Post
    How come Wayne, being a support person, is not aware of this??
    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    The support guys aren't vast fonts of knowledge of every nook and cranny of vBulletin.

    Well actually in many respects they ARE, however they won't know every little bug. This is something that's clearly only surfaced recently as it always used to be right.

    There aren't any options missing as far as I can see, there's just some blank lines. It's strange.
    We are like Carpenters... we fix everyones forums but rarely have time to fix our own ROFL ahh kidding with your however basically Wayne works on many things and must micro-manage some of us as well... even me installing a new 4.2.0 forum on my localhost a few weeks back overlooked this entirely because I never have a need to view forum permissions on a localhost installation.


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    • #17
      Originally posted by TheLastSuperman View Post
      even me installing a new 4.2.0 forum on my localhost a few weeks back overlooked this entirely because I never have a need to view forum permissions on a localhost installation.
      Hello TheLastSuperman, could you check if you have this on your local installation? And if so, did you do a clean install of v4.2.0, then please list the files from the folder which is mentioned by Wayne.

      I will get back to you later today (since I am at work now and can't check the files which are in the requested location) on the contents of the folder on my server.

      Cheers, Rick

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      Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
      includes/xml/

      What files do you have listed there?

      Really doesn't matter what is installed as a plugin or product but the files still being on the system.
      Hello Wayne,

      The following files are in this folder:

      ad_locations_vbblog.xml
      ad_locations_vbulletin.xml
      bbcode_videa_vbulletin.xml
      bitfield_vbblog.xml
      bitfield_vbulletin.xml
      cpnav_ads.xml
      cpnav_postrelease.xml
      cpnav_skimlinks.xml
      cpnav_vbblog.xml
      cpnav_vbcms.xml
      cpnav_vbulletin.xml
      cssrollup_vbblog.xml
      cssrollup_vbcms.xml
      cssrollup_vbulletin.xml
      hooks_vbblog.xml
      hooks_vbcms.xml
      hooks_vbulletin.xml
      index.html
      js_safe_phrases.xml
      podcast_vbulletin.xml
      product-forumrunner.xml
      product-postrelease.xml
      product-skimlinks.xml
      product-vbblog.xml
      product-vbcms.xml
      product-vbfbfriends.xml
      spiders_vbulletin.xml
      style_generator_sample_dark.xml
      style_generator_sample_gray.xml
      style_generator_sample_light.xml
      style_generator_sample_white.xml

      These files are also in the package if you do a clean install btw.

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      Hmm, it updates my last message
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      • #18
        As has already been stated, this is a bug here - http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBIV-15425

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