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MikeC 01-24-06 08:20 PM

vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
The forum software was upgraded to vBulletin 3.5.3. Please report any upgrade related problems in this thread.

Thanks,
MikeC

(nana2)

jAkUp 01-24-06 08:42 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Lookin good!! :D

Sazar 01-24-06 09:36 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Nice.

jAkUp spamorama commences :D

Q 01-24-06 10:13 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Nothing sends an addict into hard seizures like withdrawl. Those 30 minutes were pure torture.

Glad to see everything went well! :D

Son Goku 01-24-06 10:13 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
hehe, didn't even notice the upgrade thus far. Guess that's a good sign then :)

Oh, and Qlitchford, if the 30 minutes to upgrade the forums were bad for ya...be thankful you weren't here several years ago when the hackers took the forums down and we all had to re-register.

I'm sure Mike remembers all too well, about that one (as jakUp, Gib, and some of the other long time members no doubt do); and yet wishes he hadn't. Restoring it all from that, must have been a royal pain...

Q 01-24-06 10:24 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Son Goku
hehe, didn't even notice the upgrade thus far. Guess that's a good sign then :)

Oh, and Qlitchford, if the 30 minutes to upgrade the forums were bad for ya...be thankful you weren't here several years ago when the hackers took the forums down and we all had to re-register.

I'm sure Mike remembers all too well, about that one (as jakUp, Gib, and some of the other long time members no doubt do); and yet wishes he hadn't. Restoring it all from that, must have been a royal pain...

Daaaaaaamn. That must have really sucked. Not the re-registering part, but just the fact that someone did that to this site. That really, really sucks.

And the wait wasn't too bad...the little notice popped up and I screamed "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" and then went along my merry way. I just had to find other sites to waste time on and visit in order to procrastinate from doing my school work. :p

superklye 01-24-06 10:53 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
YES! The reply/quote/etc pages finally aren't broken anymore!

saturnotaku 01-25-06 04:17 AM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Everything's working well so far. Plus the forums seem to have a snappier response time. Excellent. :thumbsup:

retsam 01-25-06 06:00 AM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
everything here in IE6 and FF 1.07 and 1.5 are working fine.

Capt. Picard 01-25-06 06:03 AM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Even my tea tastes better, after the upgrade.

Son Goku 01-25-06 08:08 PM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Capt. Jean-Luc Picard
Even my tea tastes better, after the upgrade.

Dang, your comp must be loaded to have a capachino maker built in, which is somehow wired up to the forums here :D

Look out jakUp, your comp, just might be lacking some features afterall :lol:

lightman 01-28-06 08:03 AM

Re: vBulletin Upgrade - v3.5.0 to v3.5.3
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Son Goku
Dang, your comp must be loaded to have a capachino maker built in, which is somehow wired up to the forums here :D

Look out jakUp, your comp, just might be lacking some features afterall :lol:

http://www.petebevin.com/archives/20...e_machine.html ;)


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