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    Default vBa CMPS v4.1.2 Released!

    vBadvanced CMPS v4.1.2 has been released and is now available for download in the Members' Area here. This new release should resolve any remaining issues with the editor and the "drag & drop" feature for arranging modules in the Admin CP that were introduced with the vBulletin 4.1.4 and 4.1.5 releases.

    Upgrading:
    Upgrade instructions are the same as usual and may be found in the readme.html file in the download package.

    Problems or Questions?
    If you have any problems or questions regarding the new release, please post them in the vBa CMPS v4.0 support forums. Please to NOT reply to this thread for support.
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    thanks
    hope vba dyna also has new release to fix all issues that we face with vb 4.1.5

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    thanks Brian

    i am tray now update

    i.s.s.w

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    Cheers!
    *prays for dynamics to!*

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    Can somebody tell me how to ignore this message (that i get whenever i try to do some editing to my pages):

    You are currently running vBadvanced CMPS v4.1.0.

    The latest version available is 4.1.2.

    There is a newer version of vBadvanced CMPS available!

    Please check vBadvanced.com for more info.
    I know... i am using an older version... but i have so many custom modules that it will take a while to fix them all for the new versions. Meanwhile i want to still be able to edit my website (but everything i do - that message keeps popping). How can i fix this (beside updating)?

    Thanks in advance!

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    That message only appears in the vBa CMPS 'Diagnostics' link in your Admin CP. If it shows up when you are editing pages then someone has modified your file as it certainly does not do that by default.
    The changes between v4.1.0 and 4.1.2 are not significant enough that you would have to update any of your modules so you shouldn't have any reason not to upgrade.
    Frequently Asked Questions
    CMPS Users Manual

    For vBadvanced software assistance, please use the support forums.
    Unsolicted PMs, IMs, and email will not be responded to.
    If you have a non-software related question or problem with your account, please submit a support ticket.

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