Originally Posted by Chuck S
Wow you must be out of the loop with a comment like that. vb
has lost alot of its customer base with the release of vb4 and all that flack. That is all they did was release a version that broke everything and spent the last couple months issuing 3 dot releases which fixed well over 1000 or more bugs in there flagship product.
The problem with vb
as it stands right now is there is no long year long or more beta period where developers have access to the code to code things. I am probally going to be well into summer just seeing what other issues with vb4 there are let alone the fact I need to find time to code up plugins for classifieds and reviewpost like I did for Pro as I know customers want that type of stuff.
I am well aware of the problems with vb4 as I run it on a live site, unfortunately and it has taken me and my host about 3 weeks just to optimize it so the speed is reasonable. Hence why I'm now working on the classifieds to get that working properly and noticed the editor issue.
But saying that throughout running your classifieds program the only constant (apart from the editors messing up) has been the quick reply editor has always worked through vb3 and vb4 which is a positive sign that at least one of the vBulletin editors hasn't been touched much recently so perhaps the advanced editor is the same!?
I'm no programmer but thinking out loud couldn't you somehow do the uploadproduct.php in two sections.
1> How it is now but without the editor box, so input prices/title etc
Click next (this will obviously make the sql entry for the advert)
2> Up pops the vbulletin editor where you can place text for the advert?