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  • Goyko
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    Hi merk,

    that was very quick and exactly what I was looking for!!!

    Thank you so much!

    I enabled the collapsing, because most of the time it's more useful, to have the forums collapsed.
    But in this special case...

    See ... I was right ... it WAS a "HowTo" question

    Thanks again!
    You saved my day!

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  • merk
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    I dont understand the problem?

    I set a list of display orders in the forum manager and choose "save display order" at the bottom of the page...?

    OOh. I think i worked it out

    vBulletin Options -> Admin Control Panel Options -> Enable Collapsing in Forum Manager -> No.

    It will make the pager slower to load and might hang your browser if you are using an old version on a slow computer.

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  • Goyko
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    Displayorder in the forum manager.. how???

    Hi there,

    I'm not quite sure, if that is a feedback or a bug or a simple "Howto"-question.
    For me it seems to be the last kind... so maybe someone can help me with this.

    In the FAQ manager I have all the entries and their display orders visible at once (see attached screenshot 1).

    BUT in the forum manager setting the display order is a pain in the a**
    (see screenshot 2)

    Every time I click on "view" to set the display order of this particular forum, it opens up.
    If I click for setting another, the last clicked one closes and the newly clicked one opens.

    I'm sure there must be a way to set the display order more comfortably?!!

    I have a lot of forums in every category and I need to see their displayorder all together, at least those of the same category!!

    Please help!!
    Thanks in advance!
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