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Bars Next To Username

Posted By stkcode Friday, December 17, 2010 6:15 PM
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On the left hand side next to a user's name in forum posts, there's two bars...one longer and a smaller one under it.

I was wondering what these bars where for?  Think it's something like "User Level"?

When I put the mouse over it...the alt over shows a bunch of ">>" arrows like what's in the quotes.

Just wondering what these bars where suppose to represent.


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Friday, December 17, 2010 6:22 PM by stkcode
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stkcode (12/18/2010)
On the left hand side next to a user's name in forum posts, there's two bars...one longer and a smaller one under it.

I was wondering what these bars where for?  Think it's something like "User Level"?

When I put the mouse over it...the alt over shows a bunch of ">>" arrows like what's in the quotes.

Just wondering what these bars where suppose to represent.


You are right it is a user level indicator. It would normally be listed with a title to represent how many messages a person had posted. The titles were a distraction and they were replaced with the ">". At the time we had to populate the field with a value so it couldn't just be blank, this was the solution. That was 4 or 5 versions ago I should check and see if that still the case.




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