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  • Just a heads up . . .

    Hello, been using vBulletin for years on various sites as a participant, and have just recently made two installs for customers (licensed of course) in three days. It took so long because I am extremely retentive about valid HTML, see my question in v3.6 suggestions. My versions are heavily edited and I have it down to only **one** validation error.

    I just found the answer to my question in the sticky above - (why can't I post in any but these two forums) but it's kinda difficult to locate . . . . you might think about putting it in your "no permissions" template. :-)

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    Because you do not own a valid vBulletin Licence you have two options
    1. Purchase a vBulletin then you can post anywhere here accept in forums that are restricted to vBulletin stuff only
    2. ask a vBulletin Licence holder (eg your client) to add your email (the one you used for signing up here)in his / her members area priority support section
    one of the two in your case most likely the second option will stop the "no permissions" errors

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      Originally posted by rocknbil View Post
      I just found the answer to my question in the sticky above - (why can't I post in any but these two forums) but it's kinda difficult to locate . . . . you might think about putting it in your "no permissions" template. :-)
      Top of every page, on the right, you'll see

      Can't Post? Can't Download Files? Please read this

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