Thanks for explaining. Don't think i've seen anyone with a red reputation bar! On forums like these that surprises me greatly haha.You gain credits when you post. You can use your credits in the gambling section as play money and gain more of them. You can also give them away as a gift.
You can give good or bad reputation to a certain post by clicking the v/x button next to the exclamation mark below the user information to the left of the post in question. If you think someone has said something good, you click on that button and give them a goodrep. You can also add a comment. The goodrep will show as a green dot on the other guy's User CP. You can also give someone a badrep if you dislike the post. But of course no one likes receiving badreps so dishing them out really only results in a circle of animosity and hostility. If someone has more badreps than goodreps on their user CP, their reputation bar turns red. In most cases it's green though, which is called a "reputation beyond repute".
Well, even the most moronic poster has people who think he is funny. Either that or they just enjoy watching that poster hate on certain players/fangroups. So they keep his reputation bar green.Thanks for explaining. Don't think i've seen anyone with a red reputation bar! On forums like these that surprises me greatly haha.
I'm sure that before long i'll be a gambling addict haha . Thanks for the explanation though.... as for the 'credits':
Every time you post, you get 5 credits. When you start a thread and people reply to your thread you get them as well (don't know how much though, never payed attention).
You might think, well, what's the fun in that?
With those credits, you can start virtual betting (i.e., with virtual cash, = credits) over here: http://www.menstennisforums.com/vbookie.php?, betting on which player will win a match, set scores, or whatever - and make even more credits, or lose 'em all, if you suck at the bets, :lol:.
Might not mean anything, just for fun, but I've personally experienced that at times, a completely meaningless match between two players which you don't care about at all, but on which match you've put on a lot of vCash (= credits) suddenly becomes very interesting...
The good thing about vBetting is that it's just for fun. So no bankruptancy, heart attacks, homelessness or anything else *bad* at stake, just the mockery of your fellow vBetters.I'm sure that before long i'll be a gambling addict haha . Thanks for the explanation though.