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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-02-2002, 12:14 AM Thread Starter
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I am now lookin at VBulletin. This is running at www.pirate4x4.com

What do yu all think of it?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 02-02-2002, 01:50 AM
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As long as the layout is similar and SIMPLE.

I think alot of people like this board over the pirate one because of it's simplicity.

Too many do-dads, gadgets, and what-cha-ma-callies, confuses us 4wheelers.

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sounds good as long as there aint 5 million pop -up's like the pirate board Id have nervous brake down closing them all out seeing how i like to open about 10 threads at a time .

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I like POR. It is still kind of the same but has more features.


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Well... We Don't Do Pop-Up Ads!

Before we fell to that annouyance, we'd ask for a small yearly subscription.

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Makes me fell better Im all for it now!

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I think that is a great idea!!! The only reason POR has all those popups is because Lance couldn't afford to do the site alone. Now if you pay $20/year over there, you don't have to worry about all the popups.

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Pat, I like the software the POR bbs is using,its simple, has some neat features, and seems to work quite well overall. I'd say go for it unless there is something else out there that is yet undiscovered!

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It's a "go" with me! I'm all for it...

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I'm all for it Pat. The big thing is that we'll still be able to post images directly to the board (which you can't do other places), have improved search engine, and hopefully it will be faster.

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