Not Solved Postbit and top buttons 1.8 upgrade
#1
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Hi guys,

I'm interested in upgrading my forum to 1.8 version, i upgraded my forum to 1.8 on my TESTING forum not my real forum to see if there was a problem, seems like there is one problem when upgraded.
The postbit breaks real hard.
Look:
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Sorry for the huge image.
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The postbit and top buttons was mean't to be Horizontal, not classic. This postbit issue happened straight after upgrading too 1.8.
Yes I tried changing postbit layour to see if it will fix, but it never. I tried both layouts.

If someone could please help me solve this one and only issue with 1.8  Shy
- Adz
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#2
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after upgrading to MyBB 1.8 , you have to update code in the templates
upgrading guidance Wrote:Visit your Admin Control Panel, then go to Templates & Style > Templates > Find Updated Templates. This will show you a list of all the templates that have changed during the upgrade.

You can either revert these templates to their default - meaning all the changes you've made to it will be removed - or you can see a Diff Report which will show you exactly what's changed. If you have a custom theme installed, it is probably best that you look at the Diff Report and apply the changes you need.
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(2014-09-21, 05:53 PM).m. Wrote: after upgrading to MyBB 1.8 , you have to update code in the templates
upgrading guidance Wrote:Visit your Admin Control Panel, then go to Templates & Style > Templates > Find Updated Templates. This will show you a list of all the templates that have changed during the upgrade.

You can either revert these templates to their default - meaning all the changes you've made to it will be removed - or you can see a Diff Report which will show you exactly what's changed. If you have a custom theme installed, it is probably best that you look at the Diff Report and apply the changes you need.

Thanks M, I'll see what i can do
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