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  • #16
    I can't really think of anything else at this point. If you gone over everything I suggested, you can wait for staff to help you or you can submit a ticket
    To be or not to be... Where the hell is the question????
    My psychiatrist told me I was crazy and I said I want a second opinion. He said okay, you're ugly too

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    • #17
      Thanks, not sure staff will look at a thread with this many posts

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      • #18
        Not on this board, trust me, they will look at it

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        Submit a ticket here http://members.vbulletin.com/
        To be or not to be... Where the hell is the question????
        My psychiatrist told me I was crazy and I said I want a second opinion. He said okay, you're ugly too

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        • #19
          So Voglermc, did you get an answer? I just tried to set CMS permissions and noticed that you have to check all but the last column to allow that group to see the section. Not sure if I'm seeing this correctly.
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          • #20
            You need to make sure your section is published, and that it has a published article.

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