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snakes1100 05 Sep 2020 12:41

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Originally Posted by z3r0 (Post 2603892)
8 Months since first reported and this huge issue is still not fixed, if I was a new customer looking at vbulletin it wouldn't give me much confidence in the competency of the developers or company.

Yup & why i have moved all my customers away from vb since the last few yrs.

As ive said in this post already, they dont give a shit about anyone, unless they are on vb 5.s.h.i.t. version, you simply dont matter to them.

In Omnibus 09 Sep 2020 23:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by z3r0 (Post 2603892)
8 Months since first reported and this huge issue is still not fixed, if I was a new customer looking at vbulletin it wouldn't give me much confidence in the competency of the developers or company.

If you were a new customer you wouldn't be looking at a sixteen year old product and expecting it to be kept up to date. vBulletin 4 is ten years old. At some point it becomes unreasonable to expect developers to continue to update a product.

Having said that, because this is their own site they should either fix the issue or move the site to their newer software. Because the latter would be a nightmare the former seems like the only viable solution.

I'd also add that this site is pretty much useless for the vBulletin 5 product so it's a courtesy on their part to keep it active for users of their older products.

It's still a pain in the ass to have to login every time you visit the site.


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