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    New Forum Ranks - Member suggestions

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    New Forum Ranks - Member suggestions

    Post by Ivo on Mon Jan 24, 2011 12:58 pm

    Good Day my fellow forumers!

    Since I started the forum, you've all been very helpful with suggestions regarding tweaking various features and I got one more to think about.

    I once promised a Medieval Groups capability, but that proved to be a little more difficult than I've anticipated, so that is still under discussion on the support forum and all in all "in the works" to date, but what I did pretty much get a hang of is Forum Ranks.



    Ranks are structured so that with the increasing number of posts the rank grows...we can go up to thousands, adding pretty much anything within HTML boundaries{I can even stick a table chart and a pie graph in there if necessary }
    The ones we have right now are kinda lame and perhaps even offensive (reason why I rarely joke ), so I would like to give you all the opportunity to suggest your own version of forum rank titles and captions.

    >>>It's been in my mind to switch the system to a blend of Medieval Crossbowman Military Ranks and slightly spicing them up with little cleverly related captions and matching rank bar/ insignia / animations.

    That's just one of many ideas that we can start with, but it is your forum after all Smile , so give it a shot.


    The current ranks are structures in this fashion:

    Fresh Blood
    -Doesn't mean I'm new to crossbows. ( 1 through 50 posts)

    Techno Weeny
    -Lets put a laser on it!!! (51 through 60 posts)

    Tinkerer

    -If there is a will, there is a way. (61 through 120 posts)

    Workshop Savvy
    -Did you see my tool collection? (120 through 300 posts)

    Crossbow Junkie
    -I live here! (301 through 600 posts)

    *******

    Almost theeeere - (999 posts)

    Millenium Member
    -(1000 posts)

    Now...Feel free to mess with the structure, post# ratio, etc.

    Have fun,

    Ivo




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