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SMF 2.1.1 Released

Started by Sesquipedalian, February 11, 2022, 08:21:50 PM

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shadav

Quote from: Steve on February 27, 2022, 07:30:51 AMLast chance before I start removing posts ... let's get back on topic please.

hehehe whoops my bad...that just really rubbed me the wrong way...but anyways back to topic  ;D
(bad teammate, bad, goes and sits in my corner)

again congrats to all that put time and effort in to keeping smf progressing and improving

ozbob

Thanks to all who develop SMF.  Upgraded 2.1 RC 3 to 2.1.1, all went very well.

 8)

info33

Great work guys, thank you. ;)
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Angel Muñoz

Thank you very much, excellent work!

aaronhall

I'm going to be using SMF on my new site. Excited that it's mobile friendly now!!!

aaronhall

Quote from: aaronhall on March 11, 2022, 07:34:18 PMI'm going to be using SMF on my new site. Excited that it's mobile friendly now!!!

I do with the mobile version showed our avatars.

Arantor

The main issue with avatars on mobile is that mobile is much smaller, and the intent is to maximise the amount of space given to content.
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Antechinus

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NightWolve

I didn't expect the new 2.1 core to move out of RC this year, was thinking of assessing XenForo at some point, so cool that this is finally ready for live environments! The upgrade went mostly OK, although the conversion from avatar linkage to static files gave me some trouble which means non-working links that were used externally. A few other hiccups I can work around, but the real work is porting all the custom stuff I've done over the years which I dreaded...

Anyway, thanks to the team for getting this out there!

Ricky.

Nice to see finally SMF 2.1.x moving.

xtian

Just wondering, looks like if I am using 2.0.19 I can't use the large upgrade to 2.1.1???
Do I really need to do a full install?

Doug Heffernan

Quote from: xtian on May 07, 2022, 08:06:22 AMJust wondering, looks like if I am using 2.0.19 I can't use the large upgrade to 2.1.1???
Do I really need to do a full install?

You can use the large upgrade 2.1.1. package. You do not need to do a full install, but an upgrade. Please see this link on how to upgrade your forum.

Upgrading SMF

Illori

also please do NOT use this topic for support.

xtian


Steve

No worries.  :)

From the first post:

QuoteFinally, as always, please do not use this topic for support requests. You will receive a much quicker and better response by asking for help in the SMF 2.1.x Support board.
Please do not PM me for support.

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