I apologize for this.
I misread something on their update list.
You can yell me.
(Just no pitchforks please)
Regarding the rollouts, I just commented on this in another post.
So apologies for laziness, but I'll just quote myself.
It's 90% relevant here
Quote fromOne of the things with updating the cobalt software, is that it often rolls out to several different sites at once. As such, if it's part of the main forums, it's a much larger process than just going in and changing a few lines of code somwhere. Contrastingly, this is why they were able to update the spoiler software, and a good chunk of the itrader much quicker. They aren't attached to other sites, so rolling out an update on those just hits us.
Currently, we have over a hundred different things we have requested so far. About 25% of that has already been updated, and about another 10% is ready to roll out. Then we have a bunch stuff that falls somewhere in the foreseeable future. I know that's vague, but things get fixed in chunks, and its almost impossible to give any solid eta. We have only about 10% that is still being looked into.
A lot of the updates have been to things that most users didn't even know was broken. A lot of behind the scenes things, a lot of moderator issues, etc.
I know this software change has been frustrating. The important thing to remember is that that after we get through this rough road, things open up for us in a lot of exciting ways. We can move forward now in ways that VB just fell short. Right now we're trying to get things back to where the previous 12 years of polishing had us. We spent years getting VB to exactly where we wanted. Changing Cobalt to that is actually moving a lot faster. It's just hard to step back and look at it that way, because we're behind where we were before. But we're getting there pretty quickly, all things told. However - It's after we get back there that things get really interesting. Once we get up to that point, we can do anything we want.
iTrader isn't attached elsewhere, but the notification system is.
The crossover is what makes it more than just a quick fix.
It is still listed as next iteration.
I assume it was pushed back a bit with a larger update, where they're editing the same area.