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Paul, I think you may have more luck posting these various issues in the forums at jforum.andowson.com; that's where the committers to that project hang out.
 
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May I suggest someone correct the "Community and support" page on jforum.net.  That page tells a person to come here, to coderanch.com for support.

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Hm, yeah, the guy who started JForum and runs jforum.net no longer has much (or any) time to spend on the project. Which is why the JForum2 fork came into being. At least that's my understanding :-) Ideally, the old JForum shouldn't even be distributed any more, as it has various security holes.
 
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