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There is an easy answer for that. The Support Toolkit is build, tested and works on a vanilla installation so with that there must be a change in the preMOD that breaks the toolkit. As we do not support preMODs we do not develop the toolkit to work with preMODs because that would mean that we need to take in account every preMOD with its own quirks. Yes there are some exceptions in the toolkit to account for certain MODs but those changes have been contributed by the MOD authors and where merged into the core as they didn't cause any problems with the workings of the toolkit itself.-EnYgmA- wrote:I also want to talk about it, I find it unfortunate that a fix is not proposed for STK !
So far all the mods I installed settled without worry !callumacrae wrote:It was horrific to set up, and has conflicted with every modification I have tried to install since
I agree to that./a3 wrote:SEO is a scam. Stick to web standards, produce relevant content. Enough said.
Better said like so:Elias wrote:I agree to that./a3 wrote:SEO is a scam. Stick to web standards, produce relevant content. Enough said.
phpBB is good the way it is.