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    I'm administering middle size moto forum. We are using at the moment ubb threads and are used to simple desing, but one of the downsides is lack of mobile theme / app. I think about buying license with Mobile Suite, but have few, maybe simple questions:
    - Is there possibility to collapse categories on forum view (can't find anywhere collapse button, I can see it in vBulletin 4)
    - how can I see thread in threaded view (at the moment I can see default flat view).
    - is there possibility to set user name color (per user)
    - is there anywhere skin that can make forum look like current one (some of our users are pretty old-fashioned ), I attach link for comparison

    Thank you

  • #2
    1. Not at this time.
    2. This feature is no longer available in vBulletin 5.
    3. This has never been a feature of vBulletin, it would require some fancy custom CSS/template modifications.
    4. I've not seen a ubbthreads skin for any recent version of vBulletin.


    • #3
      Thank you for clarification. Most important for us would be ad. 1 and 2, as I understand, you have in plan to bring back 1 (any timeframe?), how about 2?
      Or if above two are not going to come back, please tell me if Mobile Suite works with vBulletin 4?
      Last edited by szastan; Tue 4th Nov '14, 11:59am.


      • #4
        There may be a bug/improvement request to return it, but I wouldn't have an ETA, on either.

        The mobile suite does work with vBulletin 4 as well.


        • #5
          So in our case it would be better to first use v4, ask for those features, and when they apper, move to v5? I assume that upgrading from v4 to v5 is trouble-free?


          • #6
            Yes, that would be a possible use case for you guys. I'd suggest you give both the vB4 and vB5 demo's a try and make sure they'll meet your needs.


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