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2 Problems Noted:

1) Inserting a "table" does not work anymore. I use to be able to copy/past one into a thread and now I get this:

Specification
Weight14.64 LBS 6.64 Kg
Voltage12.000
Standard GroupU1
Cold Cranking Amps at 0


2) The cursor seems to always jump to the beginning of the text if you are quoting a thread. Seems you have to click two or three time to get it to where you want to start typing.
 

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Can you not add the table using the toolbar icon !?: -

Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here
Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here
Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here
Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here
Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here
Cell hereCell hereCell hereCell here

From what are you copying the table.
 

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SERIAL NO. 700324- )
CartKEYPART NO.PART NAMEQTY SERIAL NO.REMARKS
1L34569COUPLING1
2L34575SCREW2
3R78202CUSHION1
4L34432COUPLING1
5R69919SHAFT1
619H3239CAP SCREW2
3/8" X 1-1/4"
719H2644CAP SCREW4
1/2" X 2-1/2"
819H2633CAP SCREW1
3/8" X 1-1/2"
912H304LOCK WASHER1
3/8"
 

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It must have been the table I was trying to insert. I was able to get a different one into the previous post. Sorry for the alarm...I just ASSumed it was not working at all.

How about problem #2, is that happening to anybody else?
 

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Well of course they are convinced that the next release will get it. It always will. And just like tomorrow, the next release never really happens today. For at the very moment that the Next Release becomes the Current Release, there is instantaneously a _new_ Next Release that is ready to save the day again (just not today)...

Tech guy, I've been in PHP, MySQL and Javascript land since early August. My head hurts. I don't recall seeing any of this when The Jetsons painted a picture of the future.

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In 2009, long-time developers Kier Darby, Mike Sullivan, Scott MacVicar and Jeremy Hutchings left the company and I believe they are struggling to find the quality and dedicated personnel they once had.
Quite a few of the large forums are changing their allegiance after numerous security problems with the coding.

One of their main problems is the amount of competition and requests for more and more enhancements to keep up with their competitors.
When I started using vBulletin, we used to have an upgrade perhaps every six months. We now seem to get one every month.

If you check vBulletin's bug tracker, it's a constantly moving animal and within 24hrs of a new release, the bug tracker has several pages of new bugs acknowledged.
 
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