Is this a joke??

mattuga

Senior Member
I didn't like it at first glance but that comes with change. I'm sure some things that didn't work the way we wanted before now do work better for us.

I'm glad they kept the layout, that is a main thing that would be a pain to readjust to. Very smart to keep that.(y)
 
I didn't like it at first glance but that comes with change. I'm sure some things that didn't work the way we wanted before now do work better for us.

I'm glad they kept the layout, that is a main thing that would be a pain to readjust to. Very smart to keep that.(y)
We are running a completely different message board application Matt so naturally lots of things are going to be different.

My favorite Microsoft upgrade joke - When they do an upgrade all they are doing is rearranging where everything is and what's it's called. I call it the "Helen Keller Punishment". How did Helen Keller's parents punish her for wrongdoing? Rearrange the furniture.
 
Yeah, this is horrible. I'm not saying there weren't any, but I never had any problems with the old format.
The old format was Vbulletin. That application had reached its' End Of Life. We had no choice but to upgrade to Xenforo.
 
How did you fix your avatar?
Go to your profile, click on the change avatar box and re upload your same avatar.
 

DoubleRR

Senior Member
3 days offline and then this format is the results.... 2 words >>----> P U !
 

Milkman

Retired Moderator
I am a member at a couple of other forums that use this format. It will grow on you after a while.
I don’t know why but that like count is a big deal to some at other places.

I must admit I like the obsolete v bulletin format. But I like old stuff.
Wish I still had the F100 I bought new in 73 for $3200. But I bet the old ways are gone :cautious:
 

FOLES55

Senior Member
This format is horrible, bring back the old look. I’m all for upgrading, but this is junk and looking forward to the finished product if more is to come.
 

Miguel Cervantes

GON Severe Weatherman
This format is horrible, bring back the old look. I’m all for upgrading, but this is junk and looking forward to the finished product if more is to come.
It is hardly junk, especially for the price. What it does offer are so many more options than the old vBulletin that it takes quite a while to get all of the right options selected to even get close to the old appearance and not totally give away the ship to the pirates in the process.

There is a learning curve for the members, but pretty soon we'll all be sailing right along as if nothing ever changed and like the new options we now have.
 

mike1225

Senior Member
I am a member at a couple of other forums that use this format. It will grow on you after a while.
I don’t know why but that like count is a big deal to some at other places.

I must admit I like the obsolete v bulletin format. But I like old stuff.
Wish I still had the F100 I bought new in 73 for $3200. But I bet the old ways are gone :cautious:
That's Funny! I bought a new F100 4x4 6 cylinder in 1973 for $3372.
 
I am a member at a couple of other forums that use this format. It will grow on you after a while.
I don’t know why but that like count is a big deal to some at other places.

I must admit I like the obsolete v bulletin format. But I like old stuff.
Wish I still had the F100 I bought new in 73 for $3200. But I bet the old ways are gone :cautious:
The first vehicle I ever owned was a 1970 F100 that I bought very used for $450 when I was 16. It was a great truck, and I'd sure like to have it back.

You didn't even have to check the oil-when you heard that valve lifter start to tick, you knew to pour a quart in there. :bounce:
 

Milkman

Retired Moderator
I am a member at a couple of other forums that use this format. It will grow on you after a while.
I don’t know why but that like count is a big deal to some at other places.

I must admit I like the obsolete v bulletin format. But I like old stuff.
Wish I still had the F100 I bought new in 73 for $3200. But I bet the old ways are gone :cautious:
That's Funny! I bought a new F100 4x4 6 cylinder in 1973 for $3372.
Mine was a Ranger back then Ranger was full sized. V8 automatic. Two tone green

The first vehicle I ever owned was a 1970 F100 that I bought very used for $450 when I was 16. It was a great truck, and I'd sure like to have it back.

You didn't even have to check the oil-when you heard that valve lifter start to tick, you knew to pour a quart in there. :bounce:
I owned a 70 model later on. It had that 240 ticking six banger too
 

Tmpr111

Senior Member
I actually like the new format, from both the phone and the PC. It looks different and I'll miss the ole doo-doo brown look, but I like it so far!
 
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