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  1. admin Spain

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    I am prepared to invest in upgrading to VB version 4 (full version publishing suite) just released:

    vBulletin-The Most Powerful Forum Software Available

    Does anyone have an experience in this yet?

    My biggest concern is that all the custom mods here would still work as is.

    Thoughts?

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  2. Domain Forum

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  3. aZooZa

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    I wouldn't upgrade until all the mod providers you use have indicated support for it.
     
  4. rob

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    Yes - would wait a little, as going by previous releases there is often some early bugs in the step versions.
     
  5. tifosi United Kingdom

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    Looks neat. I presume the CMS side is to get past the 'I want to integrate Wordpress with VB' issues... maybe

    Still using the 3.8.x stream with quite a few mods & tweaks so will have to delay this. That and it'll take a fair bit of testing to move 2.5M posts!

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  6. FagEnd

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    I've got 2 VB licenses so was a bit miffed when they changed the rules.

    vb4 looks good, but upgrading will be a pain in the butt if you have loads of mods installed.
     
  7. mally United Kingdom

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    Yep, I'm holding off upgrading, until I can see what its does thats better than what it currently does
     
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