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Maalong

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Maalong last won the day on June 22 2018

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    IPB 4.x.x

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  1. Maalong

    Form Manager and Forms

    Ignore this please. Silly question. Got my answer when I want to the renewal link. Apologies.
  2. Maalong

    Form Manager and Forms

    Mike, Are these the same product? I had Form Manager v1.3.2 (IP.Board 4.2.x & 4.3.x) on an older version of my site, and now want to renew it. Cannot find it anymore though, so want to ask whether it has now been renamed to Forms?
  3. Maalong

    Form Purchase Page

    Mike, Not so much of a bug, but rather an incorrect link. On this Page: https://www.devfuse.com/products/63-forms/ You have this link: Which is an old link (as advised by IPS here), and gives this google warning:
  4. Maalong

    Videos System v2.1 upgrade

    Where is the upgrade located? I have the video system installed which I purchased less than a year ago, though when I try to find the upgrade all I can get is a new purchase.
  5. Maalong

    Donation Tracker Zero Goal

    Thanks Michael! Appreciate it.
  6. Maalong

    Donation Tracker Zero Goal

    Is this possible? Is it planned for a future release? Bumping the question actually. :blush:
  7. Is it possible to add a Zero Goal to the donation tracker, so that no limit is set, and the amount of donations is just recorded without a target amount?
  8. Maalong

    Videos System Feedback

    Got to say, this is one of the best apps that I have come across. The scope that it offers is incredible. Thanks for this one Michael! :thumbsup:
  9. Maalong

    Paid Modifications

    Two old adages come to mind: "You get what you pay for" and "Pay peanuts, get monkeys" I am prepared to pay for good mods, and I am prepared to pay for custom mods. What I want at the end is a well made mod that works well, and the support of a competent person when there is a problem. What I am not prepared to pay for, is a cheap badly written mod, that does not do what it is supposed to do. If a mod costs a bit more and works as it is supposed to, then it is worth the price.
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