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    I really hope you will continue working on vB4, just doing some maintenance releases (make https work, etc) would be much more profitable than working on vB 5.

    To me vB 4 is still the best forum software today even without active upgrade for almost 10 years, you had the best product, why do you abandon it and keep working on something no one wants? This is really beyond me.

    I'm still running quite a few vb3.8 and vb4 forums, but it's getting harder and harder, 2018 is probably the last year to hang on vBulletin. It's sad to move away from a great product...but there is no choice.
    Last edited by hurricane_sh; Sun 31st Dec '17, 8:53am.

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    Originally posted by hurricane_sh View Post
    I really hope you will continue working on vB4, just doing some maintenance releases (make https work, etc) would be much more profitable than working on vB 5.

    To me vB 4 is still the best forum software today even without active upgrade for almost 10 years, you had the best product, why do you abandon it and keep working on something no one wants? This is really beyond me.

    I'm still running quite a few forums, but it's getting harder and harder, 2018 is probably the last year to hang on vBulletin. It's sad to move away from a great product...but there is no choice.
    No further development work is planned for vBulletin 4. It is not abandoned through, as it is still fully supported by the support team.

    https already works fine on vBulletin 4, see this guide: https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/arti...forum-to-https
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    • hurricane_sh
      hurricane_sh commented
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      Thanks for the link, Mark. Will give the https a try.
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