vBadvanced CMPS v4.3.0 for vBulletin 4 has been released and is now available in the Members' Area here for download. The changes in this release include:
- Fixes an issue in IE11 with the Yahoo YUI WYSIWYG editor used for HTML modules and pages.
- Brings back the vBulletin BB Code editor for those who preferred it. You'll find a new setting at Admin CP => vBa CMPS => Default Settings => Admin CP Options => WYSIWYG Editor that will give you the option to choose between the vBulletin BB Code Editor, YUI Rich Text Editor, or no WYSIWYG editor at all when editing HTML modules or pages.
- Adds the ability to show the default vBulletin sub-menu links (New Posts, Private Messages, FAQ, Calendar, etc) shown in the space below the selected tab in the navbar on any CMPS page (like our homepage now).
I know this missing menu has bugged a lot of people since it wasn't easy to display it in previous versions of vBulletin. vBulletin's Navigation Manager changes that so it's much more feasible now and just requires vBulletin 4.2+ to work. When adding/editing a page there was an old setting named "Display Child Pages In Sub-Menu" that would allow you display a page's child pages in the navigation sub-menu below the tab. This setting has been renamed to "Tab Sub-Menu Links" and may now also be used to display the default vBulletin links that would show up in the sub-menu section below the tabs. Simply edit one of your pages and change the setting to see it in action.
- Today's Birthdays module now has an option so you can limit the number of birthdays shown and display a "Show All Birthdays" link if there are more than the set limit.
- Removed the comma shown after the last username in the Online Users module.
- Fixes a bug where a broken image could be shown in place of the "Edit" and "Reply" buttons in the News module.
- Fixes an issue where both the "Homepage" and "Forum" tabs could be selected when viewing a CMPS page.
- Fixes an issue where using a vBulletin mobile style could cause a blank page to be shown on mobile devices.
- Fixes an issue reported by some GoDaddy customers where saving any CMPS admin page could result in an error or blank page.
Upgrade instructions are the same as usual, and may be found at the bottom of the readme.html file that comes with the download package.
Problems or Questions?
Please create a new thread in the appropriate vBa CMPS v4.0 Support forum. Please do NOT reply to this thread for support!