View Poll Results: What version of vB do you use?

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  • Version 4.x.x

    2,052 58.88%
  • Version 3.8.x

    1,304 37.42%
  • Version 3.7.x

    92 2.64%
  • Version 3.6.x

    82 2.35%
  • Version 3.5.x

    20 0.57%
  • Version 3.0.x

    40 1.15%
  • Version 2.x.x

    11 0.32%
  • Version 1.x.x

    31 0.89%
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Thread: What version of vBulletin do you use (Mar. 2010)?

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    Default What version of vBulletin do you use (Mar. 2010)?

    I figured it was time for a new poll since vB 4.x.x has been introduced.

    ... and this one is multi-choice because I know there are a lot of you guys/gals out there who are currently running both vB 4.x.x & vB 3.8.x on different sites.
    Last edited by KW802; 03-14-2010 at 02:38 PM.

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    I think everybody will move to vB 4 as soon as becomes stable,

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    I will never go to vb4

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    my version vb4

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    I have VB 4 but was disappointed so went back to 3.8.

    I will probably wait till 4.1 or 4.2 till I upgrade again.

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    I own a publishing suit vb 4.+, although my hosting provider has problems picking it up so I have to downgrade temporary to 3.8.5

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    vb4 ATM ..I was not happy with it when it first came out so I stayed with 3.84
    till 4.01 and has only gotten' better.
    Backup Backup Backup.. Thats all I can say

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    I am using 4.0.2 and I like the new content system but it lacks some things the vBadvanced excels in.

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    my version vb4

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    i use vb 3.8.3! long live 3.8.x

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    i use vbulletin 3.8.4 !

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    3.8x live
    4.0x dev
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    I love 3.8.x , I tried upgrading to 4.0.1 but it was slower

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    Same here - sticking with 3.8 +
    Genealogists never die, they just lose their census
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    Sticking with 3.8 for another few months sill I feel that 4.0 is more stable and some better styles are bought.

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    still using 3.8.4, vb4 lack of great module. :P

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    3.8.5 :-) and loving it...

    http://www.ihav.net

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    VB 3.8.4 This version works great for me, I will upgrade to 3.8.5 but not seeing a lot of advantage in going to 4.x

    Maybe when there are more imports of mods, maybe not.
    Tomorrow may be to late to enjoy today!

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    Why not Vb 4?!

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