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I have decided to purchase the VB 4.0 Publishing suite, So please help me out !!!!

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  • I have decided to purchase the VB 4.0 Publishing suite, So please help me out !!!!

    Here are some of my question ...........

    1 - Will i have access to modification forum for vbulletin , like we can get the code to modify it and add some extra features .... so will I get that in my license as after purchasing it...........

    2 - Is this license life time ?

    3 - How long will i get updates on Vb 4.0 Suite ?

    4 - and how long will it take to activate our license ?

    And one more thing is that can i use some extra code available on net on my license vbulletin and will this effect and terms and condition as i am purchasing the new license ......

    So please help me out .......


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    1. Yes, you just need to use your same email when registering over there and also in your members area here all to verify your status.

    2. The vb4 license if for the lifetime of vb4. vb5 will be a different license.

    3. For the life of the product. At some time vb4 will no longer be supported (like 3.6 is End of Life now)

    4. An hour or two? I honestly don't remember exactly how long.

    5. You will get support here for your unmodified board. If you choose to modify it and then have problems, you will have to disable those modifications in order to get help.

    Please don't PM or VM me for support - I only help out in the threads.
    vBulletin Manual & vBulletin 4.0 Code Documentation (API)
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    • #3
      Hello ,

      If i buy a Vb 4.0 Suite then can i able to download the older version like 3.8.0 or not ????

      Please help me out ................



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