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Old 12-22-2007, 04:36 PM   #11
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i was just saying thanks as well. Can you do this for threads you don't start but think it was good advice anyway. sorry if thats a stupid question but i am new to forum's and still learning.
If the advice was helpful, and you think it deserves acknowledgement, you can give rep. Also, if you want the poster to know who appreciated their post, then sign your comment.
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Old 12-22-2007, 04:38 PM   #12
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That is not a stupid question at all! You mean like if someone else asks for advice and then a member gives what you think is a really good reply?

I think the answer is 'yes you can' from reading this:
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In general, rep should be given when a member contributes something to the community (for example, providing a detailed, well written, informative post or FAQ) and for no other reason (for example, because they gave you a rep, because you like their avatar, or "just because"). When the system works properly, a member's rep score indicates their relative level of helpfulness, i.e. a member with a high rep score has spent a lot of time providing assistance to other members. A member with a high number of reps does not necessarily mean that they are more knowledgeable than a member with a lower number of reps, but they have put in more time being helpful to our members.
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the probord site has karma and u can give good or bad

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how do you look at which post got rep and which didn't
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Go to User CP. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. If you received a rep, it will appear there, along with the thread.

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