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Woodsman last won the day on December 28 2015

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About Woodsman

  • Birthday 11/15/1956

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Saukville, Wisconsin
  • Interests
    Fishing, Outdoor life, hunting. Not because I am a sportsman, but the peacefulness and relaxation that comes with it.

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  1. I never did like the back to top with sliders so I created my own with no slide much easier on my old eyes.
  2. 1 year 13 days.

  3. Bottom line IE any version has come to EOL. END OF LIFE.
  4. Exactly, this is a test output to any current updated browser as in If you are testing with any updated browser version you will see the particular message
  5. Follow the example update buttons and it will come to a yellow and orange striped box Read the comment inside. Remember at this point you are just testing the script.
  6. If the idiot insists on using IE11 here is a script to try. <script> var $buoop = {required:{e:-4,f:-3,o:-3,s:-1,c:-3},insecure:true,api:2020.09 }; function $buo_f(){ var e = document.createElement("script"); e.src = "//browser-update.org/update.min.js"; document.body.appendChild(e); }; try {document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", $buo_f,false)} catch(e){window.attachEvent("onload", $buo_f)} </script> Found here. https://browser-update.org/#install
  7. It sucks to be me because the only way that even worked for me was edit each one manually.... I think my beard grew 4 inches that (Long For Ever) day
  8. @Paul E. and @Nathan Explosion Thanks for your replies. I am very familiar with Windows Task Manager and Task Scheduler and how they operate and looking at my original post I seem to have left these out. So thanks anyway... Again one of my favorite go to sites... I will have to dig into this link and see where it takes me I am quite surprised I have not seen this one in particular...
  9. Since the birth of 4.0 there has been this maintenance error plaguing IPS test boards on a localhost in Wamp I have searched high and low with Invision as all the internet since I first received this message tested every possibility with no luck. The phrase that still has my concern is "This will cause significant damage to your community if not resolved." Still looking for an answer or a real lead to fixing this issue.
  10. Hmmmmm, From where I am sitting this new theme looks one hell of a lot like this.
  11. I have managed and upgraded quite a few other boards in my time. This article Upgrade from IP. 3.4.x to IPS4.0 (updated) was not written for the faint at heart or those with a lack of experience. For those of you that feel a bit squeamish you have some pretty good options. You can contact IPS Support or contact a 3rd party support member as @DawPi.
  12. The move from Ripon to Saukville was and still is a total disaster.... If I ever need to move again I will hire the 3 blind mice and Dr. Dolittle.

  13. Hello Brian, As for installing your IPS Suite on to another domain as a test site yes this is possible. The only catch is it cannot be active to the public. In other words you as the administrator and those experts you referred to may have access to this domain/test board. Another avenue you may consider would be to submit a ticket and have support do the upgrade for you. As for a local host environment it is quite simple. To start with... Here is a condensed set of directions (1) Go t o your cPanel and backup a complete copy of your database to your pc. (2) If you haven't already, download Wamp or Xampp to your computer and install it. (3) Go to phpmyadmin and create and install a copy of your database backup. (4) Come back here (IPS) to your Client Area and download the latest version of the suite and install it on your local host. To do this create a test site directory to install to. For Wamp you will put it in the WWW directory. For Xampp you will put it in the htdocs directory. (5) Go to your newly installed suite and start your upgrade. Good luck and have fun! OH By the way.... Where it comes to your license key, make sure you add -TESTINSTALL after it.
  14. Spent more Ca-Ching on this move than was planed. Lost even more on what was left behind.

  15. Unless I am wrong, from reading on this product it appears that it is for education purposes only
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