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  • Electron.John
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    I doubled the time before you are logged out when inactive. It was 15 minutes and now it is 30mins.

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  • Electron.John
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    How Reputation works:
    Your reputation is displayed via those orange bars (or light gray bars is you are starting out).
    Everyone starts with 10 rep points.
    For every 50 reputation points you get one orange bar, 100 points gets you 2 bars, etc.
    When other members like your posts you gain rep points, assuming they have at least 50 posts and a rep of at least 10 (yea you can lose rep points).
    The higher those members Reputation-altering power is the more points you earn.

    So now you want to know how you earn Reputation-altering power? OK here is how that works:
    For every 30 days that you login, users gain 1 point of reputation-altering power.
    For every 50 points of reputation, users gain 1 point of reputation-altering power.
    For every 100 posts, users gain 1 point of reputation-altering power.

    So when a member that has been around for a year and has a post count of 500 and a high rep likes your poem (topic or reply) your reputation gets a bigger boost then when a new member with 50 posts likes your poem. And when a new member, with less than 50 posts, likes your poem it does nothing to increase your reputation. Also I think you can only give so many points to another member a day. So you cannot pump them up artificially.

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  • Electron.John
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    I have also given all users the power to delete and move there own topics (up not other peoples topics). You should be able to access those features under the little gear icon and or the edit icon in the upper right of your topic. Use your new powers wisely people!

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  • Electron.John
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    If you hit one of those milestones and notice that your title is not updating on its own let me know. I may have to click a button in the Admin panel every once in a while to update the titles although I am hoping it will do that automatically from now on.

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  • Electron.John
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    Admin Notes

    So I noticed that peoples User Titles were not updating as they hit certain post numbers like they were supposed to do. So I used my Admin powers to dive into the nuts and bolts of this site and found the problem. So now you all should notice that when you post something under your names will be a member title. If you have posted less than 30 posts you will have the default title of "New Member" which comes with that new car smell as a bonus. After 30 posts you will be a "Junior Member" which smells a bit like a Junior Mint which is nice. The rest of the titles are as follows:
    New Member 0
    Junior Member 30
    Full Member 100
    Senior Member 250
    Master in Training 500
    Master of the Forum 1000
    Time Lord 5000
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