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    Post Links Directory loses much of regular forum's style attributes after upgrade

    So I just upgraded my forum to 4.2.2 and VBA Links to 4.2.7. And the Links part of the site is a mess, in terms of it's not holding the styles of the forum. Images are missing, I'm logged in on the forum, but I go to the directory and I'm logged out now, it's just all screwy. Any ideas, obviously this is completely worthless this way for me and I'm kinda bummed I spent $40 on something that isn't going to work anymore. I posted links to both so you can see what the issues are.

    Here's my forum:
    http://www.vhlinks.com/vbforums

    And here's the links directory:
    http://www.vhlinks.com/directory

    Would appreciate any help or advice. Thanks!

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    Ok well I think I solved the graphics issue. So that's cool. But I still have an issue when I go into the directory, that I am logged out of the forum. I never had that problem on the old version of VBA Links and VB 3.8. How do you fix that so I guess it sets the cookie?

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