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    Of course we know that the people that will be getting low reps will just be disabling it (not to say that the reverse is true)

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    So what exactly do the icons mean in the far left column of "Latest Reputation Received"?

    gg

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    I think a green icon means good and a black Icon means bad.

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    All my black one's have positive comments.....

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    Well in theory you could say you approve and leave a comment of "you are a poo-poo head"

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    thantos, your wise attitude has landed u a negative, wiseguy :P

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    Well I guess its only fair since I already gave you a negative

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    touche'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    I think a green icon means good and a black Icon means bad.
    green = positive
    red = negative
    black = rating from newbies (with 0 or low post count)

    I think ...

    Edit: I requested that "Add reputation - how it works" be posted somewhere. Including all the abuse-proof features the mod been talking about, and everything pertinent to it.
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    hes showing us up...negative for him

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    Well RoD's feedback is black, and he might be a n00b but he's been here a while and has a decent post count

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    cprogramming logo on top left

    Isn't the "cprogramming.com" logo supposed to point to cprogramming.com instead of cboard.cprogramming.com?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    Well RoD's .... been here a while and has a decent post count
    Code:
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    {
        RoD();
        return 0;
    }
    
    int RoD(void)
    {
        while(1=1)
        {
            PostSomething();
        }
        return 0;
    }
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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster
    I set it to 4.
    Thanks, sweetie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    Well RoD's feedback is black, and he might be a n00b but he's been here a while and has a decent post count
    The way it works - from what I can tell - the black ones with positive comments are from people with ectremely little or no reputation power. Because they are new here, have few posts, or have no reputation themselves - their votes count for little or nothing until they get a reputation here. This prevents rep pumping through dummy accounts. When RoD voted for you he probably had a rep power of 0, therefore his vote didn't count for anything.
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