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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-26-2005, 01:17 AM Thread Starter
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Etiquette question regarding reputation (or lack thereof)

OK, so I just joined today and I am still in the process of getting acquainted with the board functionalities. I notice under 'User CP' that a couple of people have given me 'reputation' points along with some nice comments. So, what's the protocol here? Should I thank people for their comments or just let it be?

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Re: Etiquette question regarding reputation (or lack thereof)

It's up to you really. You can rep them back, or thank then in the Who was the last poster who GOODrepped you thread in the Chat Threads section.

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Yeah, what Sol Apollo said. If you want an easy way to find the person to rep them back you can click on their user name, go to their profile and search for all the posts they've made. This way you can find a post of theirs and click on the box on their post with the person's head in it that lets you rep them back

Repping back is always nice.

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Thanks! I'm slowly getting the hang of it.

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well since you are new...when you rep someone, they dont not get any points..but no one reallys cares about Rep points anymore...it was huge about 4 months ago. lol.

the leaders would have like 3-5 million...now everyone has over 100,000,000 its a joke.

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At least it's not like on WTA World where everyone has 1 billion.

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Re: Etiquette question regarding reputation (or lack thereof)

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At least it's not like on WTA World where everyone has 1 billion.
by end of the season..its will be there

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