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  • Why dont you use vB5 on this forum?

    It is the question!.. It is so slow and there is no CMS system and you want more than 200$ !!! Are you crazy!?

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    Because its not yet ready for an upgraded live site as stated in the announcement. Betas are never recommended to be running on a live site. End of the day if you dont want it till its out of beta, buy it when it is out of beta
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    • #3
      I guess you missed all the times they pointed out the version is in BETA..
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Zeky View Post
        It is the question!.. It is so slow and there is no CMS system and you want more than 200$ !!! Are you crazy!?
        Because it is BETA software. It has bugs, and needs fixes. vBulletin have said that you shouldn't use a BETA software on a live site. If you want it STABLE, buy it when it is STABLE.

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        • #5
          In vbulletin land

          beta = pre-alpha
          gold = beta1

          so you will not see it around here for a while. This to me looks like a classic case of management rushing out another undeveloped product. I was shocked to see how vb5 beta ran. I thought after the vb4 mishaps that the vb5 beta would be quite polished and intriguing. It actually send me shopping for other forum products after what I saw.

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          • #6
            oh please how many times this site been updated to beta. Lets not sugar coat the answer, the software wasn't stable enough to handle vb.com

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rexxxy View Post
              the software wasn't stable enough to handle vb.com
              That's what everyone just said above ....
              It's a beta that isnt ready for a Live site such vb.com.

              In fact, you probably could get away with it in a small [or new] site, but entirely at your own risk.
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