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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg View Post
    Hey Guys,

    We have not forgotten about you. We are still working on these issues and having the forum navigation dropdown start from the forum you are in is still on the list.

    Spammers. We are looking at different options to stop the flood.

    Search is still wonky. We are working on this too.

    Stability is better but not perfect, still working on this too.

    Having quicker access to quick reply box and formatting buttons...we are checking into this.

    IE8 support, not sure we can do much here, but we will check.

    Thanks for your continued patience. We are not done dialing this in yet.

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    Right on man!

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    Thanks Gregg. No matter how much we complain and appear to be ungrateful we do know you guys are trying and appreciate all the effort.

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    Forum Upgrade to vBulletin 4.2.0 - problems, concerns post here

    Gregg, thanks for the note. I know your hands are full, but taking a few minutes to give an update is appreciated.

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    'appreciate the efforts Gregg
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    Thanks Gregg. Change, as we MTBr's know, always takes some getting use to.
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    FYI, Quick Reply box is back at the bottom of each thread. No more extra click required.

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    Pages look wider too, awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn-Rider View Post
    Pages look wider too, awesome!
    Certain pages will look wider because we took out the right column. These pages would be mostly the usercp pages, like when you are changing your settings, sending/reading PMs, editting your profile and such.

    Also, we have found part of the problem with the forums going down/getting slow to load. However, we had to disable the search function for a little while.

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    "New Posts" link at the top is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Easterday View Post
    "New Posts" link at the top is gone.
    The New Posts page is search driven, so that will also be unavailable at this time.

    EDIT: However, the Latest Forum Posts activity feed still works here:

    Activity Stream - Mtbr Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg View Post
    The New Posts page is search driven, so that will also be unavailable at this time.
    OK - thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg View Post
    The New Posts page is search driven, so that will also be unavailable at this time.

    EDIT: However, the Latest Forum Posts activity feed still works here:

    Activity Stream - Mtbr Forums
    So it will restored?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pascale27 View Post
    So it will restored?
    Yes, when search is fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg View Post
    Yes, when search is fixed.
    I know some things are disabled, but whatever has happened, it's a 1000% improvement in response time.

    The forum had truly become unusable ... Thanks for the update !!

    ETA:
    But I still have to go up to the address area of my browser, and delete #post10200029 to get a page to load AFTER clicking submit, or save changes, if it's an edit to a previous post.


    ETA2:
    Have you guys looked at hardware ?
    If the forum is really over 1,000,000 posts ... The forum database might be being affected by it's shear size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg View Post
    FYI, Quick Reply box is back at the bottom of each thread. No more extra click required.
    Thank you for this, but I swear on the old software with the quick reply box, there were simple editing options like the bold, italicize, quote, IMG tags, etc.

    Or am I getting old and making things up? (And confusing with another forum lol)
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    Thank you for this, but I swear on the old software with the quick reply box, there were simple editing options like the bold, italicize, quote, IMG tags, etc.

    Or am I getting old and making things up? (And confusing with another forum lol)
    No, they were there.
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    MTBR search rant

    I see the search function is back up and running; too bad the "3 letter word" limitation is still in effect. (I understand why "and", "the", "for"...etc need to be excluded)

    But like if searching for "Coe" (as in the popular Henry W Coe state park) or "BB7" or "XTR" those descriptors will likewise be ignored.

    Anybody else frustrated by this

    Using Google as in "site:forums.mtbr.com coe" works so much better...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeabuser View Post
    I know some things are disabled, but whatever has happened, it's a 1000% improvement in response time.

    The forum had truly become unusable ... Thanks for the update !!

    ETA:
    But I still have to go up to the address area of my browser, and delete #post10200029 to get a page to load AFTER clicking submit, or save changes, if it's an edit to a previous post.


    ETA2:
    Have you guys looked at hardware ?
    If the forum is really over 1,000,000 posts ... The forum database might be being affected by it's shear size.
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    Sapm seems under control. Now how about fixing the quick navigation issue?
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    You spoke to soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Now how about fixing the quick navigation issue?
    I have got to agree with you. How difficult can it be to correct? I'm getting a bit frustrated having to search for the sub-forum I want to go back to, over and over.
    The trouble with having an open mind is that people will insist on trying to put things in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniTrail View Post
    keep a tab open to the common forums and open threads in a new tab. It's not THAT hard to live with
    Yes it is when a simple fix is possible.

    I for example frequent the "Wheels and Tires" forum. So you are saying I must keep a tab on "Mtbr Forums". When I want to go back to "Wheels and Tires" from a thread I have just read, I must click on the "Mtbr Forums" tab, scroll all the way down to " Wheels and Tires", right click on the link and select "open in new tab".

    In that case it's easier to click on the so called "Quick Navigation" button and scroll down.

    On the other hand it would be nice to simply click on "Wheels and Tires" and go directly there like it always was.
    The trouble with having an open mind is that people will insist on trying to put things in it.

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