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    vBulletin Version 3.5.0

    i dunno which version of vBulletin is using but vBulletin Version 3.5.0 is nice, the quick replies appear without the page reloading ! now that is nice

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    Testing a quick reply...

    Never used the quick reply feature myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black&White
    Testing a quick reply...

    Never used the quick reply feature myself
    i use it all the time but the whole page reloads in this version rather than just showing the reply, which i think is pretty cool

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    and the same with the flood control the page doesn't load again and you get told how many seconds left

    " 1. This forum requires that you wait 90 seconds between posts. Please try again in 31 seconds."

    i am guessing this is a lot of javascript??

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    We are using 3.0.7, AFAIK, and will be for a long time.

    3.5 is the all new AJAX version of the BB, and is very clever. I've played
    with a BETA version of it, and the stuff it can do is very cool. Especially
    for moderators/admins...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefWigs1982
    We are using 3.0.7, AFAIK, and will be for a long time.

    3.5 is the all new AJAX version of the BB, and is very clever. I've played
    with a BETA version of it, and the stuff it can do is very cool. Especially
    for moderators/admins...
    well i have only seen what the users side can do and i am well impressed

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    testing quick reply

    cool 8-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by codergeek42
    testing quick reply

    cool 8-)
    tis better on the new AJAX version

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    Quote Originally Posted by codergeek42
    testing quick reply

    cool 8-)
    What are you testing for? And what is cool?

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    He only just discovered teh quick reply... that ought to keep him amused for a couple days.
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    Wait, no reload?

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    In 3.5, no. It uses AJAX to submit it and display the new posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefWigs1982
    In 3.5, no. It uses AJAX to submit it and display the new posts.
    yeah and it is very very clever i think i am going to have to learn the ajax technologies....having sites work like that make them a dream to use !!!

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    ajax? whats that in lamans terms
    Practice safe design all ways use a concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluap
    ajax? whats that in lamans terms
    AJAX

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