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    Nice!

    Would I be correct in directing my thanks to NumNum for the work involved in upgrading from the older, buggy version to V5.3.3? Thanks!

    I appreciate the subtle aesthetic changes in this version. The addition of sharing via Facebook and Twitter also makes it better integrated with the juggernauts of the online world. However, the single biggest improvement is the resurrection of the "Search" function. I searched for "violations" and got 18 results including a post made in 2006. In the past, Search was hamstrung and only returned results from the last few years.


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    I had a lot of help from Kyler too!

    Thank you, Trail Boss
    If by chance some day you're not feeling well and you should remember some silly thing I've said or done and it brings back a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart, then my purpose as your clown has been fulfilled ~ Red Skelton

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    • #3
      Big thanks to Kyler as well!

      Undoubtedly a crapton of work was needed to make the transition to V5.3.3. I imagine everyone was relieved it didn't s--- the bed like V5.1.

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      • #4
        A huge thanks to Num Num for volunteering to take on this project and of course for Kylers assistance. It is a wonderful thing to have the site operating as it should.
        "Climbing is about freedom. There's no prize money; there are no gold medals. The mountains are all about going there to do what you want to do. That's why I'll never tell anyone else how to climb. All I can say is, This is how I prefer to do it."
        Ed Viesturs

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        • NumNum
          NumNum commented
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          Was glad to help!

      • #5
        Num-num is definitely earning his pay. I think we should make his salary double that of Jacks.
        Project-100: 100 peaks, one winter. https://project100singlewinter.wordpress.com/

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        • NumNum
          NumNum commented
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          I probably shouldn't retire just yet.

      • #6
        A big thanks to NumNum for this upgrade!

        As a side note, the wiki is no longer functioning. I've started looking into the options for getting working again, but I haven't found the right solution yet.
        ADKHP Wiki

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        • Trail Boss
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          Worst case, create a sub-forum containing the wiki's contents (spread out over several posts or sticky-posts). Main problem is a post, unlike a wiki page, can't have multiple ad hoc editors so someone gets the job of keeping the content fresh. There's that and the organization of the material is not comparable to a wiki. However, at least the content becomes visible ... and the mods don't have to manage wiki software.

        • NumNum
          NumNum commented
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          We can create an html page within the software as well.

          I don't know as much about building php as what you do Geoff. I did take the liberty to send that page link to one of my gurus to look at and see if he can id the issue. I'll advise when i here something.

          Thank you for the kind words.

      • #7
        I'm neither a Twitter nor a Facebook user, but I still appreciate the work (as I maintain several similar sites).

        Would a plain old mediawiki, not magically integrated with this site, work?
        46er #9404
        Pics: https://www.flickr.com/photos/145945713@N02/
        http://www.athikerpictures.org/syste...jpg
        https://smokebeard.wordpress.com/

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