Lisa
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2009-07-30T07:11:23Z
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The ranks are not rolling over properly.

If I remember right, I think the default was set fairly low (0 to start, 30 for a member, 50 for advanced member and 100 for super member)

. The guys in my forum post A LOT (and play word association games that quickly rack up post counts)...
so I changed these to 0 - 100 - 300 - 500.

It seems the system still thinks the defaults are there to some degree -
But then, when they hit 100, it lowers their rank back down to member.

Anyone else have this issue?

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Mek
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2009-07-30T07:54:40Z
Nope, only issue i've seen with this is when running multiboards, and the user will get the rank from the other board. Which I presume your not running as you haven't mentioned it.

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mddubs
2009-08-05T12:54:25Z
Mek wrote:

Nope, only issue i've seen with this is when running multiboards, and the user will get the rank from the other board. Which I presume your not running as you haven't mentioned it.


Same here, my second board is grabbing ranks from the first.
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Mek
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2009-08-05T15:11:07Z
Think I've got a fix for this somewhere, if not I'll re-write it.

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