I was told that the version would revert back to the 4. Are you are experiencing a similar issue? Bookmarks Bookmarks Facebook Digg Google del. The vendor released an update for me and I was able to keep it. Covered by US Patent.
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Thanks pcelba I’ll have a look at those.
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