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Old 09-20-2008, 01:49 AM
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I have a vb license that I'm not using because the site no longer needs a forum. However GARS would be ideal to post articles reviews etc for users to read without commenting on. My question is do I have to expose the vb behind GARS to users or will it run on its own on top of vb?

Sorry one more question. I was reading about the links directory system. Can you run more than one links directory say one for each category?

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Old 09-20-2008, 09:06 PM
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1: GARS needs vB to run, and although GARS runs "on top" of vB, it is doubtful that you could hide vB as GARS processes/reformats the vB threads and posts.

2: Yes, you can use the type (e.g., articles, reviews, link directory, etcetera) on more than one forum, for example, 3 forums could be article forums, 2 could be link directories, and the remainder could be default vB forums.
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