27 Aug 2009 7:34 AM #1
VBulletin 3.8.4 Observations.
Nice job on the transition guys.
Just thought I'd report some bahavioral issues that I've noticed the last few days.
1) My mailbox is FULL! Used to be you'd get a single email for a thread update, now you get one for every post. Setting still available for that?
2) Moderated Threads -- Take a look at all the duplicate moderated threads. Seems like a good SPAM control feature would be to NOT permit any new Thread creation unless their first one was approved. Dups gone that way.
3) Enhanced Mode Editor (at least) Color pallette doesn't render.
Still, good to see the spamming come down.
27 Aug 2009 8:28 AM #2
27 Aug 2009 8:56 AM #3
27 Aug 2009 9:17 AM #4
27 Aug 2009 9:58 AM #5
I'm looking into the items you listed. Seems that we need to tune things a bit.
27 Aug 2009 10:51 AM #6
there also seems to be some script errors when performing actions like ticking a checkbox to select a whole boatload of (spam) posts (for deletion) -- only the first gets selected.
Firebug complains about "YAHOO not (being) defined".
i'm also having problems clicking the emoticons in the advanced message editor.
27 Aug 2009 1:41 PM #7
php boxes are now unfixable with double lines. Before there was the trick to edit and post again, this doesn't work anymore, which make usage of php boxes senseless.
And yes, i get 4-9 JS errors each page with YAHOO, vBulletin and PHP is undefined, amd debug output like "Fetch Cookie :: vbulletin_multiquote (null)"
And another one (FF3.5)
Quick reply doesn't work (didm't work before too). When reply, the buttons and smilies are not accessible, think course of the JS errors. One reported that he even could not post:
Release Manager of TYPO3 4.5
27 Aug 2009 11:15 PM #8
28 Aug 2009 3:52 AM #9
same with me...
just wrote a holl huge post and got "message to short" :@
seems it only works in chrome
28 Aug 2009 5:56 AM #10
So, just did some fancy proxy-munging of the extjs forum page and inserted script tags for yui core in the header on-the-fly (yahoo-min.js, dom-min.js and event-min.js), et voilá, everything works as expected, including the quickreply functionality.