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Old 09 Feb 2014, 09:51
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Would it be improper to post issues to VB.org that have not been resolved at VB.com? Would I get on their "bad side"?
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Old 09 Feb 2014, 10:16
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Not necessarily, there is alot of people that post on here as well as on there.

But do keep in mind, this is a site for vBulletin modifications, not necessarily a site to support the product.

Some of the staff on here is also staff at vB.com.
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Old 09 Feb 2014, 10:53
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Thanks Ozzy,

Just to clairfy, when I say "issues to VB.org that have not been resolved at VB.com", I mean "the same issues" that have already been posted at VB.com.

I am beginning to find out that VB5 versions are more of a beta product with a lot of key issues that have gone unresolved for months. And I am now seeing why a lot of big established VB websites are still with the older versions.

I am completely new to VB and it is tough enough learning a new program without having to deal with all the headaches of a beta program. I installed VB 4.2 a year ago on an existing Godaddy Linux server and never got around to learning it. To make it easier to learn, I reinstalled VB 505 and gave Godaddy $360.00 additional for a new cPanel hosting plan. And now I am seeing all these major bugs in VB5. I am wondering if I should just go back to 4.2.2.

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Old 09 Feb 2014, 11:03
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My personal opinion is stick with vB4 for now, till vB5 grows a bit more. There is still alot missing from it, and there is very few working mods for it.

I purchased vB5 when it was first released, I was like the 95th person to get it, so I support it, but just not ready to make the switch yet.

When vB4 came out, I waited almost 2 years before I upgraded my site to it from the vB3 series.
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Old 09 Feb 2014, 15:53
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Would it be improper to post issues to VB.org that have not been resolved at VB.com? Would I get on their "bad side"?
Depends on what the issue is really, there is nothing to stop you asking, but the answer may be you need to ask at vb.com

As to which version, personally I would do the same as Ozzy states, and go with 4.2.2.
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Old 09 Feb 2014, 18:38
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Thank you all so much!
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