Saw this and thought what the heck... You're trolling them surelyFrom this post it is understood that they don't even believe it from vb
With previous versions, VB haven’t been keen on getting new customers currently using other platforms, is that going to change with VB6? Will there be an official imp/exp xenforo to vb6?forum.vbulletin.com
So vb still doesn't have this? Hell, the rather buggy, kludgy custom that my writing forums use can do it. Sort of. It works a lot of the time, anyhow.When I visit other forums and the text selection-based quoting feature is missing (just a small example), it feels like a fundamental part of user interaction is lacking.
Pretty sure they aren't the same thing.... I think what they are referring to is the ability to do thisThey do have multi quote. I just checked my settings on my vBulletin site.
Maybe you should go check it out.
Highlighted that text in your post, then told it to reply. I didn't have to edit the entire message just to get that small segment.checked my settings on
Wait, don't you understand that's supposed to be the Moon, Earth and Sun in alignment?
When i first started with vBulletin there were things i didn't like about it.I'll be honest after 3.8 I lost interest. I tried 4 but I wasn't a fan - too bloated, a nice new front end but the backend was still bloated and inefficient. The reasons that the devs parted from Jelsoft/IB was that they wanted vB4 to be a full rewrite and instead IB pushed for a polish up of the existing code base instead of allowing the time required for a full modern rewrite. Consider WordPress. Too much antiquated bloat and code on top of old fashioned code.
No. The official line is...Someone can probably answer this here so... Has vbulletin actually undergone a full code rewrite/refactor yet? I think they rewrote their template system in 5 but has there actually been a full software rewrite?
Can you link me to his comments please?Haha you sound like their former developer!
Yep i willCan you link me to his comments please?
Mine from 10 years ago are here.
[Update: This post was made July 2013. The following October we migrated to Xenforo, leaving vBulletin software after using it for 12 years to the month.] For over a decade, we have used Jelsoft's vBulletin software to run AVForums. We use vBulletin 3.8.2 while the latest currently available...www.avforums.com
This is something that another script provider was given (rightly so) heat about. You offer a perpetual license to your script... perpetual has a certain legalistic meaning. The way the other script provider basically got around it was they "changed the name" of the script/company as well as giving it a new version number.... but honestly, probably nobody that had a perpetual license was willing to spend what it would cost to hold their feet to the fire.They have a large number of perpetual licenses that have been able to keep upgrading to the latest VB 5.x version for over a decade. If you have a perpetual VB license, go into the Member Area at vbulletin.com and you'll see you cannot download 6.0.