Simple Machines is extremely proud to announce the release of SMF 1.1 Final.
This release marks the transition of SMF 1.1 into the current stable release of SMF and we encourage all users to upgrade to 1.1 Final as soon as is convenient. For users of SMF 1.1 RC3, this release is a relatively minor change consisting primarily of bug fixes - although we have added a couple of options to help combat the rise in personal message spam. For users of SMF 1.0, the changes between 1.0 and 1.1
are too numerous to list here - but we're sure you will be delighted with the new items on offer.
In summary, the changes/fixes since SMF 1.1 RC3 include:
- Option to require visual verification when sending a personal message
- Adjusted readability of visual verification system
- Added option to limit number of personal messages that can be sent per hour
- Fixed time offset bug
- Disallowed multiple failures with visual verification
- Made several UTF8 fixes
- Fixed various undefined index errors
Upgrading from your current version of SMF to the latest version could not be simpler, just follow the standard procedure of executing upgrade.php. But, please remember to make a backup!!
The upgrader can be used for any installation from YaBB SE 1.5.5 all the way up to the latest version of SMF. You can always find information posted in the Online Manual about things like installations
, and more
We also invite you to checkout the new Webinstall
for even easier upgrading and installing.Thank You
With this release we'd like to take the opportunity to recognise the effort and dedication of all the people who have volunteered their time to help the Simple Machines project. Over the eighteen months since 1.0 Final we have given our site
a face lift, relaunched the Mod Site
, launched the Theme Site
and added the Online Manual
. In addition, our support team has grown and is actively supporting a community of over 60,000 members. So, we'd like to thank everyone, past and present, who has contributed to SMF's development over the past three years. In particular, we'd like to extend special thanks to [Unknown], without whom SMF would never have been possible. We wish him all the best in his future endevours.Download SMF 1.1 Final