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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    Point of order: the phrase "shouldn't change his/her avatar" is the custom description of a reputation level, not a comment.
    I've been told directly more than once to never change my avatar. Go figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I've been told directly more than once to never change my avatar. Go figure.
    I'm rather partial to the changing parade of melty dudes on your avatar space actually, though I don't know them.

    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    I wondered about that. Interesting.
    The avatar having been changed, or the fact that someone commented?

    If I click approve for someone, how many points does that add? 10?

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    I have a question:

    I clicked on the reputation button of one of my own posts, and a screen appeared, declaring that the specific post of my own I had selected had not received any reputation points, but still, I had X number of reputation points in total, taking into consideration all of my posts. The question is, how do I find these posts, and is there anyway to tell whether it received negative or positive, and who the member was who marked the specific post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    I'm rather partial to the changing parade of melty dudes on your avatar space actually, though I don't know them.
    Me too. Hot melty dude parade... *wistful*
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Me too. Hot melty dude parade... *wistful*
    Not my kind of dudes, though... Maybe I should try to find a better pic of Altair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    Custom is right. We spent an hour thinking about and writing all those phrases.
    Customization is the trend around here, I see. That makes this slightly more than a dalliance, doesn't it?

    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I've been told directly more than once to never change my avatar. Go figure.
    Resist others' proclivities.

    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    The avatar having been changed, or the fact that someone commented?
    My being wrong. It happens so rarely, I'm usually so surprised.

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    Hm, at first glance I just thought "ARRRGHGHGHGAAAAAHHH!" :horor:

    But then I immediately started to think of rationalizations of why I don't need to care what's said or how crap my rep is (bound to be). Such as... well, no, I'll spare y'all that much BS anyway.

    I've no idea how the counting works though. Can we see the comments made about other people? Like on their profile or something?
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    Cool. I did wonder where those extra icons had come from and then today I just had to press them...then read this thread

    Organised responses are for wimps.

    Personally I think that this system will be a boon. Of course some will become prey to it's fickle nature but basically I'm of the opinion that such paranoid people would find a different focus if the system wasn't there.

    I agree in part with Subs (+2 rep for that ), in that I'm not too bothered about the score, except that secretly (or not as the case now is I would be chuffed to bits to get it as high as possible.

    One thing I did think of is that it gives a forum for unbidden feedback. This can only be good IMO. More options for communication.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merkw View Post
    The question is, how do I find these posts, and is there anyway to tell whether it received negative or positive, and who the member was who marked the specific post?
    If you click on "User CP" you are able to see the threads where the post is located with a link to the post, the comment, and the person who posted the comment.

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    Will we have to option to turn off the rep system in our own profile?

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