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  • beishe8
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    Originally posted by NathanLedet View Post
    Yes! Where's the fun in *knowing*?
    Agree. Cat in a bag is an exciting experiment!

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  • jawatkin
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    Originally posted by optrex View Post
    But where is the demo of the product so that I can see what I am pre-ordering? Or am I just supposed to have blind faith what my money will be buying?
    +1

    I'm running vBDrupal, which has pretty good integration... So I'd really like to see a demo of this so I can take advantage of the pricing if it's any better!

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  • NathanLedet
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    Originally posted by optrex View Post
    Or am I just supposed to have blind faith what my money will be buying?
    Yes! Where's the fun in *knowing*?

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  • optrex
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    I see the pricing structure has now been released and that I can pre-order. But where is the demo of the product so that I can see what I am pre-ordering? Or am I just supposed to have blind faith what my money will be buying?

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  • dtommy79
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    How much is the (forum only) upgrade cost if your licence is not active?

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  • Shamil.
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    yes, but only vBulletin Classic.

    I am not sure about your second question.

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  • MoMan
    started a topic vB4

    vB4

    Two things about vB4-

    1. If I'm a holder of an active, branding-free license for the current version of vBulletin, will this allow me to download vB4 once it comes out and also use it branding-free?

    2. What will the functionality of ImpEx be between vB3 and vB4? I'm assuming that while basic features, such as Forums, PMs, Threads/Posts, and Attachments will be imported from a vB3 installation, any customizations in phrasing and templates will be lost, right?
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