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Well, when thread would be marked as solved would be locked too. Only thread starters and moderators could unlock it then. If thread would be locked normally(because of spa etc.), ...
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    Well, when thread would be marked as solved would be locked too. Only thread starters and moderators could unlock it then.

    If thread would be locked normally(because of spa etc.), user wouldnt be able to unlock it.

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    i dont like too many locked threads.
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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    Ok casper, you won (again).

    I give up!

    See you into same thread after half year. :joke

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    I'm not a big fan of customizations to the board software.

    Implementing customizations causes too many problems when you try to update to the latest version of vBulletin, and it can cause admins to put off any board upgrading due to potential problems. Now if it were built directly into vBulletin I wouldn't be opposed to the feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    I'm not a big fan of customizations to the board software.

    Implementing customizations causes too many problems when you try to update to the latest version of vBulletin, and it can cause admins to put off any board upgrading due to potential problems. Now if it were built directly into vBulletin I wouldn't be opposed to the feature.
    Oh, I didnt know that. So the risk is to big?

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    The board administrator has to determine the risk involved and whether or not to take it, so "is it too big?" really depends upon his/her own feelings about it.

    But yes, customizations can certainly break upgrades.
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    Right, so has this topic been 'solved'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zba78 View Post
    Right, so has this topic been 'solved'?
    for me its solved.

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