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Old 07-03-24, 03:52 PM
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The mobile facelift is great!

I'm glad to see some of the new features on the mobile experience: the filters (including the ability to see more than the past day), putting more search options upfront, the updated navigation links at the bottom of every thread, and I think the ability to subscribe is new too, right?
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Old 07-05-24, 06:19 AM
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Re: The mobile facelift is great!

Desktop version was updated too. I like having the filters button up on top next to new topic and subscribe. The menu in the upper right under your username was changed as well. Still getting used to where 'mark forums read' is on the new menu. Damn muscle memory!
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Old 07-05-24, 04:10 PM
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Re: The mobile facelift is great!

I'm actually not sure what all is new

DVDTalk is a very stable, low-customization site (now), so I don't typically need to do firsthand testing. Add to that, I'm barely on mobile unless I need to test something specific.
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Re: The mobile facelift is great!

Originally Posted by IBJoel
DVDTalk is a very stable, low-customization site (now)
In the past, a reason given for not upgrading the forum software was that it was so customized that it would take an inordinate amount of work to recreate on an upgrade. If the forum now is a fairly vanilla installation, then would it be possible for us to be upgraded to a modern forum platform, like vBulletin 6? vBulletin 3 was released 20 years ago!
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Re: The mobile facelift is great!

Originally Posted by TheBang
In the past, a reason given for not upgrading the forum software was that it was so customized that it would take an inordinate amount of work to recreate on an upgrade. If the forum now is a fairly vanilla installation, then would it be possible for us to be upgraded to a modern forum platform, like vBulletin 6? vBulletin 3 was released 20 years ago!
We only sell vBulletin 4+ to other people and don't use it ourselves. Hint hint...

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