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I still have *NEW* User status on here despite being on these forums for about five years!
How many posts do I have to make to no longer be a "newbie"
I read the forums every few weeks and have always done!
"Member levels are currently based on post counts."
How about posting more often? :)
That was the link I was looking for - I just need to reply to this thread another 643 times...
(expect thread to be immediately locked)
That's cheating! ;)
Your "member rank" doesn't mean too much as far as your standing in the community -- it's quality first.
Don't worry too much about what's on the left :)
I rarely look at the post count, but do sometimes take note of the join date when evaluating a post.
I also tend to go by date rather than post count, although perhaps a combination of the two.
But that's usually just to keep an eye out for members that lurk all the time and never post ;)
have I been rumbled as a lurker? Can I have that as my tag rather than "Newbie" - LURKER (Registered over 5 years and less than 10 posts)
I will put my dirty Brown Mac on the coathanger then! PHAH - I knew I should never have asked.
LOL... sorry.. that was kinda funny.
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