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Re: Discuss: phpBB 3.0.5 released

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YAHOO!!! New phpBB!! :shock: :shock: :) :) :D :D
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Great job, guys!!!
Where can I find the language changes?
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leviatan21 wrote:Is there any change from 3.0.5 RC1 ?
There are some small, but important changes.
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chrsla wrote:Has anybody the code changes for the files. I don't like the automatic package. I want to do the update manually.
There are no code changes.
ChriZathens wrote:Great job, guys!!!
Where can I find the language changes?
Iam pretty sure thesre is a special package with the language changes at the downloads page.
leviatan21 wrote:Is there any change from 3.0.5 RC1 ?
Yes, there are changes since RC1.
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I'm sure a lot of people have been waiting for this release, regarding spam.

I will update my own soon. Well done phpBB team. :)
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And thanks again to the whole team! :)
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Paul wrote:
ChriZathens wrote:Great job, guys!!!
Where can I find the language changes?
Iam pretty sure thesre is a special package with the language changes at the downloads page.
Duh... yes, there are... It's just that there are in the new release download page and I only went to the automatic update package download page.. :?
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well it does take a lot of time XD i hope its worth it XP . well i think it is .
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damsprivate wrote:well it does take a lot of time XD i hope its worth it XP . well i think it is .
There was no need to rush a release, so we took our time. People prefer to update less often anyway.
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The time lapse between each update (ignoring 3.0.4) has been the same for phpBB3's life, anyway -- right around 5 or 6 months. In other words, it really hasn't been that long.
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oh awesome, must update now :D
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How do we update heavily modded boards MANUALLY?
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Use the patch file.
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DragonMaster1 wrote:How do we update heavily modded boards MANUALLY?
With great difficulty in my experience.

The last update from 3.0.3 to 3.0.4 didn't work on my old modded forum so I had to do a fresh install.

I have a feeling going from 3.0.4 to 3.0.5 is going to be the same so I doubt I'll be bothering.
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Brogan wrote:
DragonMaster1 wrote:How do we update heavily modded boards MANUALLY?
With great difficulty in my experience.

The last update from 3.0.3 to 3.0.4 didn't work on my old modded forum so I had to do a fresh install.

I have a feeling going from 3.0.4 to 3.0.5 is going to be the same so I doubt I'll be bothering.
EXACTLY what happened to me on 304 also

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