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Old Sep 19, 2012, 02:26 PM   #1
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Old Sep 19, 2012, 03:20 PM   #2
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We're retinizing new things as we go. Forums will get a redesign, and it will go retina then.

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Old Sep 19, 2012, 11:03 PM   #3
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...Forums will get a redesign,...
ohh...any details you'd care to share?
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Old Sep 22, 2012, 10:39 PM   #4
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Retina? You mean like the Icons? I've been using the Mobile version on iP5 and haven't noticed anything that needs "retinizing"
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I think they mean for the Retina MacBook Pro, on the full site.
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Old Sep 26, 2012, 06:01 AM   #6
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Is the new forum design still going to be on vB3? I understand it's a pain to upgrade but if you're redesigning then it should be something to think about.
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Is the new forum design still going to be on vB3? I understand it's a pain to upgrade but if you're redesigning then it should be something to think about.
Do you prefer vB4? I've heard only bad things about it.

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To be honest, I do like vB4, specifically 4.2. It's doing pretty well. I think more people want to complain, just to complain, or because they're mad about the whole pre-sale thing. Although, I haven't seen it run on forums with this amount of posts or users online at one time, so I don't know how it would deal with that.

If you're interested, I have an unused vB4 license you could use to mess with it for a while if you'd like.
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To be honest, I do like vB4, specifically 4.2. It's doing pretty well. I think more people want to complain, just to complain, or because they're mad about the whole pre-sale thing. Although, I haven't seen it run on forums with this amount of posts or users online at one time, so I don't know how it would deal with that.

If you're interested, I have an unused vB4 license you could use to mess with it for a while if you'd like.
I've got a vB 4 license. I've tested with it. I've heard bad things, specifically from people who have upgraded forums with it. So it's not something I've been eager to do. And vB 5 doesn't seem great either.

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Not yet... it's getting better though...ish.
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Possibly the best thing about it (that I've heard) is that it uses divs instead of tables for styles, so it's much more modern basically, and should allow for much better themes, such as the one you're working on.

vB3 is just getting very old.
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