We are pleased to announce additional updates to the website this month:April 8, 2014: PHP Version 5.5.11April 8, 2014: Forum software update (stability/maintenance release)Our forum software has been updated today with an improved stability and maintenance release:Added tool to test Twitter integrationAdded option to allow payments to alternative PayPal accounts to be accepted for user upgrade purposesAdded option to control pruning of user change logsMost of the changes are bug fixes. Some of the bugs fixed include:Allow Twitter-related HTTP requests to be sent via cURL if SSL support is not built into PHPFixed cases where uncensored titles may have been displayed in emailsUpdated Google+ integration to use the new, non-deprecated "email" scopeFixed situations where pasting into the editor would remove text unexpectedlyEnsure that prefixes are usable when editing the title of a threadEnforce prefix validation in more cases in the thread data writerStandardized formatting of embedded media in emailsStrip EXIF information when manipulating an image via Imagick to ensure rotation is maintained correctlyAdjusted editor popup menus to be more consistent with the active color schemeWhen copying a post, rewrite any inline attachment BB codes to point to the copied attachmentsFixed case where Firefox would maintain inline moderation selections unexpectedlyImproved display of smilies in the editor when scrolling is requiredImprove display/translation of some additional fields in the user change logImproved user change log display in RTL languagesFixed situation where discouragement could be applied multiple times in one requestAdjust the watched forums list to better handle forums that aren't listedFix invalid _getExistingData function for forum watchingSend a 405 header when enforcing that a request is via POSTAdjust ETags to follow the specificiation more closelyApril 8, 2014: Numerous domain names associated with this website have been renewed for the next 9-10 years. April 22, 2014: User Map is back and much improved. Thanks to digitalpoint. April 22, 2014: WindowsForum.com Apple iOS (3.7) app has been sent to Apple for review.