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  • jimnyc
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    Thanks for your time, Zachery, I appreciate you answering my questions. Have a good one!

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  • Zachery
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    Id revert and upgrade to three, this is a personal opinion.

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  • jimnyc
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    Thanks, Zachery!

    I do run backups almost daily, so I'll never fully lose out. Can I ask another stupid question?

    Is it advantageous for me to even go to 2.3.4 at this point, or would I be ok if I just wait for the final version 3 release?

    I've had pretty much no problems to report. I was only thinking of upgrading as purely a proactive move.

    Thanks,

    -Jim

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  • Zachery
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    Upgrading to 2.3.4 you might need to rever the headinclude, at the bare mininum.

    You wont lose much if anything . but you should always backup

    http://www.vbulletin.com/manual/movingservers.html

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  • jimnyc
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    Almost forgot!

    I also added a whole bunch of new smilies and had replaced the standard buttons that come with the board.

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  • jimnyc
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    Upgrade question

    I'm currently running version 2.3.2 and wish to upgrade to 2.3.4

    I'm concerned about losing any settings I may have. I don't have any hacks installed, but I did edit these templates:

    Footer
    Header
    Headinclude
    Forumhome
    Forumdisplay

    And under styles I have changed quite a few color, border width & text area width.

    My question is, how much of this will I lose if I upgrade, if any? If the answer is all of it, what is the best way to recover? Should I just copy and past the code for the templates and write down my color settings?

    Sorry if this is stupid, I just don't want any surprises after I upgrade!

    Thanks,

    -Jim
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