I am sorry if I stated things incorrectly. As I am new to PhotoPost, I was only trying to suggest I would try the version not directly related to vBulletin - the more general product that is being actively developed rather than the vBGallery version.
I also have to say that it wasn't very clear that the actively developed version DID integrate with vBulletin. The PhotoPost website clearly markets the vBGallery version to vBulletin owners and no where is it stated that the vBGallery version isn't being actively developed any longer.
On the main PhotoPost web page, right at the top of the page, in contrasting red text, it has a link that says "vBulletin owners!" And it directs vBulletin owners to a page about vBGallery. Honestly, I didn't realize that the alternative to use the actively developed version instead even existed.
It has also taken me some digging to find the comparison between the actively developed version of PhotoPost Pro and vBGallery on the website. And, although I'd like to post the link for future readers, I'm unable to. I found it by going to the main PhotoPost site, clicking the Take the Tour button (even though the link about vBulletin occurs earlier on the page), then scrolling way down to a section called For vBulletin Sites: Pro or vBGallery, and then clicking on the link to the comparison in the last paragraph of that section.
As a new customer, my experience thus far has been confusing and less than ideal. If the vBGallery version is no longer going to be supported, why are you advertising it and offering it? Why hasn't the site been updated to show one install of the main PhotoPost actively developed version? Why continue to leave the process this complicated, when you could simplify things and make it easier for a new customer?
I know that it is easy to become so used to the way a site works or is laid out that it is hard to see it from the perspective of a very beginner. That is why I am offering this feedback from my perspective as a new customer.