Martin A.

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  1. Favorite Game

    All time: Counter-Strike (classic, then CS:S when that came) and GTA SA (PS). Right now: GTA V Online and Boom Beach (iOS).
  2. Buy license or use the same?

    One license gives you permission to install it on one URL (plus a closed test installation). The applications you buy with it are tied to that license. Using applications across multiple licenses may cause your license to be terminated. You will have to buy a new license, and a new set of applications if you're looking to start a new site.
  3. Learning To Code. IPB?

    You'd need to know object-oriented PHP, HTML, CSS and jQuery. The latter isn't really a requirement, but you'd need it if you want to do fancy stuff. Do you have any knowledge of coding now, or are you starting from scratch?
  4. Sooo...

    Where's the download manager, store/commerce, calendar and chat? May not be things you consider important, but don't say vB have everything IPS has, as that's obviously not true. 
  5. Sooo...

    But it's not. As far as I can work out, IPS is cheaper than vB, a lot cheaper. From what I can see on their website, all you get when purchasing a new license is a forum and a blog platform, and possibly some way to create articles. The price for that is $249, if you don't want support. That costs an additional $49 pr month, or $199 annual. One full year, with official support, adds up to $448. IPS, with the forums, blogs and Pages (which I believe can't be compared with vB's "articles" at all) costs you $275, with the discount you get right now. This includes 6 months of official support, followed by a half-annual renewal fee of just $50. In a year the total is $325.  With those facts, how can you possibly state that vB is cheaper? If you want mobile support with vB, toss in another $150, plus a monthly $49 support fee. IPS has that built in with the responsive design, and they are considering apps for iOS and Android. And lets say vB6 comes out in two months. That would cost you $199, just to upgrade your license. With IPS, you'd get that for free if your support subscription is active. Even if you take the whole IPS Suite which gives you four additional official apps, the annual price is still way lower, $465 + $105.
  6. Get info from your account

    Read the pinned topic in the contributor chat. And you're probably never going to get info about the official license status of any websites or members.
  7. When is IPB 4.0 ?

    Flags are added to the localization fields in the ACP. Think it's safe to assume it's also in the front-end selection menu :) Ref: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>
  8. Display query execution time in debug mode

    Enable IPS_SQL_DEBUG_MODE, and you'll see that info by clicking the number of executed queries.
  9. Documentation?

    They're linked to in >this blog post.
  10. When is IPB 4.0 ?

    Oh no, best we could possibly hope for is a public alpha preview, where they set up a test installation for us to try. Remember that we haven't seen anything about the front end features yet.
  11. When is IPB 4.0 ?

    Because code written for web applications five years ago deserves to die in peace. New methods and techniques have been discovered in the past years, and to take full advantage of it, a full rewrite has to be done.
  12. AdSense Crawler

    Both of them shows the same form. I just think you need to point the crawler to the form, not the page that processes it, as there is one vital parameter needed to process it which you can't predict, a unique hash key.
  13. AdSense Crawler

    Try using index.php?app=core&module=global&section=login instead.
  14. It shouldn't do anything, no.
  15. It's a change in indentation. Notice how the spacing before the </div> is different between the two versions.