It appears that the upgrade forces a login and many, many of you have forgotten your passwords and didn't set up any reminders. Contact me directly through email@example.com and I'll help sort it out.
Started by 426HemiChick, June 28, 2022, 12:46:39 PM
Quote from: 426HemiChick on June 28, 2022, 12:46:39 PMHi Admin, 28 June 2022Have you considered upgrading your SMF software to their latest version? It sure is a nice package.Best Always426 Hemi Chicks
Quote from: 472 R/T SE on August 25, 2022, 04:18:51 PMQuote from: 426HemiChick on June 28, 2022, 12:46:39 PMHi Admin, 28 June 2022Have you considered upgrading your SMF software to their latest version? It sure is a nice package.Best Always426 Hemi ChicksOnly my opinion. If it cost money and I was Troy, this place would stay as is.People hate change plus hes floated this place for years not taking advertisement money.
Quote from: 426HemiChick on February 16, 2023, 02:54:35 AMHi Troy, 18 February 2023Thanks for the Upgrade. I know it took a bit of time and a lot of work but IMHO, it was worth it, it sure looks great and a lot more features.Thanks AgainChristine for the 426 Hemi Chicks
Quote from: Troy on February 16, 2023, 06:58:36 PMIt was worth it for who? It rook 5 days and I didn't get paid a penny. It is nicer. However, the code behind this thing is like my "Top Ten List of Stuff to Never Do When Programming". Part of that is if you create a brand new forum and upgrade an old forum then compare, they are not the same. If I didn't know what I was looking at the whole thing would have failed permanently. When it breaks it doesn't throw an error, it just hangs indefinitely or crashes something. Most of the errors were related to the sheer size of the site and the process would run out of memory or truncate text string. I had to eventually run the whole process through a debugger then fix each error in real time. For 97% or more of the sites running the software I doubt they'd ever notice. SMF gave me access to their special forum dedicated to high traffic/large installations years ago. I probably should have checked there before I started.Maybe when I upgrade again in 10 years we'll all have quantum computers - or the AI will do it.Troy
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