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  • Mark.B
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    This topic is six years old. The information in it is years out of date.

    We will respond fully one in one of your new topics, as using old threads causes confusion for everyone.

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  • Parture
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    So I have to manually save all my FAQs and there are lots of them. And CMS is visible but saved? I have so much in CMS that I can't preserve to the viewing public. Did vBulletin 5 have a replacement system for CMS?

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  • Mark.B
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    Notices should import as they are.

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  • Parture
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    My notices are very specific and plenty. I wonder maybe notices are not convertible.

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    AFAIK = as far as I know

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  • Parture
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    What does AFAIK stand for?

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  • Zachery
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    No to the FAQ page(s). Notices were always, AFAIK converted.

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  • Parture
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    Just checking in to see. Has vBulletin 5.0 found a way to convert my many FAQ pages?

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  • Joe D.
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    Correct. The FAQ has been replaced with a "Help" system, but it cannot convert from FAQ entries to Help entries automatically. Drop down menus weren't a default option for VB4 Navbar tabs so they also would be lost. Basic Navtabs added via the Navigation Manager should convert up but likely will be to broken/missing pages since no mods will convert up automatically.

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  • Parture
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Menu and navbar will not.

    Sidebar will not.
    So I will lose all the pages I added to FAQ as well as all my menu bar items and drop down boxes I created?

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by ManagerJosh View Post
    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Paid subscriptions are returning soon but as far as I know nothing will be carried over from vB4. Users of vB4 cannot simply upgrade CKEditor - it is tightly integrated with vBulletin and not something an end user can update. Work is being carried out to fix the IE10 issues.
    I really wish there was a way we could upgrade it without having to be at the mercy of the development staff to update it for customers. There seems to be a lot more pressing issues at the moment..
    Never going to be possible.....the editor isn't just dropped into the software, it needs adaptations and changes. Then it needs full testing and QA.

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  • ManagerJosh
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Paid subscriptions are returning soon but as far as I know nothing will be carried over from vB4. Users of vB4 cannot simply upgrade CKEditor - it is tightly integrated with vBulletin and not something an end user can update. Work is being carried out to fix the IE10 issues.
    I really wish there was a way we could upgrade it without having to be at the mercy of the development staff to update it for customers. There seems to be a lot more pressing issues at the moment..

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  • Mark.B
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    Paid subscriptions are returning soon but as far as I know nothing will be carried over from vB4.

    Users of vB4 cannot simply upgrade CKEditor - it is tightly integrated with vBulletin and not something an end user can update.
    Work is being carried out to fix the IE10 issues.

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  • liamwli
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    Originally posted by markwein View Post
    how about paid subscriptions?
    vB5 still doesn't support paid subscriptions AFAIK, so they probably won't be carried over just yet. Best to check though.

    You can also upgrade your CKEditor to fix IE10 issues.

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  • markwein
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    how about paid subscriptions?

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