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vBulletin 4.1.10 has been installed. - Do not be alarmed!

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  • Sean
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    Originally posted by magnusfeuer View Post
    Fixed.

    I had to wipe the old library of smileys and upload a new batch from scratch.
    Thanks!

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  • mopho
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    Yay!

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  • JohnCh
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    I know there isn't an optional membership here to help offset running costs, but is there at least a Buy-Magnus-a-Beer fund I can contribute to? I'd pick up the tab in person, but that's a bit of a drive for me.

    -John

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  • magnusfeuer
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    Fixed.

    I had to wipe the old library of smileys and upload a new batch from scratch.

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  • magnusfeuer
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    I'll see if I can resurrect the smileys

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  • Sean
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    I can see only two of the smiley emoticons when replying - confused and roll eyes (sarcastic). The topic emoticons at the bottom all show up fine. I have always had this same issue before, and never really cared. I still don't really, but thought you might want to know that the issue exists.

    Computer is <1-year old iMac, and issue exists on both Safari 5.1.2 or Firefox 9.0.1

    Thanks for taking the time to keep the site updated. It is appreciated.

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  • magnusfeuer
    started a topic vBulletin 4.1.10 has been installed. - Do not be alarmed!

    vBulletin 4.1.10 has been installed. - Do not be alarmed!

    I've upgraded the forum to the latest version, 4.1.10, which unfortunately cannot use our cosy Caterham style that we're all used to.

    I'll try to recreate the style as soon as possible, but thought it would be more important to get the forum back up than to have everything perfect.

    There are more updates than I can enumerate, since vBulletin is now a complete content management system.

    One nice thing is that we can now inline images in a post without having to first upload them to an imaging site and then inline a link to that site.

    Please tell me if you have any issues, and I'll try to sort it out.
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