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    I have received a notice from vBulletin that TheGLForum will be updated to the latest version of vBulletin on the 18th. The website may be offline for a few minutes during the update.
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    Can you tell us what we can expect to take place? We are all waiting for several improvements as you know.
    Dave - High up in Arizona - Black Metallic 2019 DCT

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    • #3
      Thanks for the heads up

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      • #4
        Good to know -Thank you for the heads up
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        • #5
          Thanks Chris. I hope this update fixes some of the bugs and makes a few enhancements. That would be great.

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          • #6
            So what changes were made or do I need to find out the hard way?
            Dave - High up in Arizona - Black Metallic 2019 DCT

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            • #7
              This is what is posted on the vBulletin site regarding the latest update:

              We're proud to announce the release of vBulletin 5.1.3. This is a maintenance release focused on resolving issues within the software. All together over 238 issues have been resolved in vBulletin 5.1.3. We've also fixed issues with PHP 5.5.X and PHP 5.6.X in this release. Most of the issues resolved deal with the internal workings of the software. However there are a few visible changes.

              Pagination
              In addition to the pagination in the floating filter bar, many pages throughout the system have had page navigation added at the bottom of the page. This navigation is in line with the page number based navigation that customers have been asking for.
              The following locations have been affected:
              • Forums Channel - Topics tab
              • Forums Channel - Latest activity tab
              • Forum Topic Page - Posts tab
              • Forum Topic Page - Latest activity tab
              • Blogs Main - Member blogs tab
              • Blog Channel - Topics tab
              • Groups Main - Groups tab
              • Groups Category Page
              • Group Channel - Topics tab
              • Group Topic Page
              • Articles Main - Articles tab
              • Article Channel - Articles tab
              • Search Result Page - Topics view
              • Search Result Page - "Compact" view
              • Message Center - Inbox (this includes custom folders)
              • Message Center - Sent Items
              • Message Center - Trash
              • Message Center - Requests
              • Message Center - Notifications
              • Message Center - Subscriptions - Posts
              • Message Center - Moderation
              • Message Center - Flag Reports
              • Message Center - Infractions
              • Message Center - Deleted Items
              • Profile - Subscriptions
              • Profile - Subscribers
              • Member list


              Customer Feedback
              We're continuing to make a number of improvements to the look and feel of the software based on customer feedback. These are often small tweaks and fixes to the layout that may not be immediately apparent. In vBulletin 5.1.4, these include removing the border radius on the lower corners of the footer, adjustments to post display including a line between the signature and post content.
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              • #8
                Everything still works today so I assume the update went well.
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