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  • wential
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    Yeah, I'm re-writing it and turning it into a cron so I don't have to run it all the time myself. Thanks!

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    You can't do that without modifying reputation.php. If you set the date/reputation/post count modifiers to really high values, then then reputation power of all users would be 1 but the negative power would also be 1.

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  • wential
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    Is there a way to override the default power settings? I want them to be the same +1 for positive feedback, -10 for negative feedback for everyone.

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  • welo
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    Although I admit KS is being a bit annoying on this issue, I also admit he has a valid point. I like the idea of the reputation system but its present functionality and management leave a lot to be desired.

    For the life of me I cannot see why all reputation management tools aren't in the ACP "Reputation" menu rather than strewn throughout the interface. Matter of fact, I'm also curious as to why I see no ACP help documentation on this whatsoever (they all show up blank when you click a "?").

    I didn't activate the reputation system on our board for a solid four months after install because there was no clear way to ascertain what it was going to do or how to manage it. Plus I'd really like to be able to assign predetermined reputation amounts and levels based on promotion by post count.

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  • Zachery
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    The ammount of reputation everyone gives is based on their REPUTATION POWER, which is effected by several values,

    You give the full ammount of repuation power, but only take away half.

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  • Keyser Söze
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    anyone going to answer this i hate to sound impatient

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  • Keyser Söze
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    i need some clarification on this, i want to set how many points someones +/- gives a person, how do i do that, i cant find the option, so i can set how many points a person get when they get a + or a - rep post

    right now its crazy, i give someone a negative and it takes off 70 or so, a positive gives 139 whats up with that

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  • Keyser Söze
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    any update on this?

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  • Keyser Söze
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    i figured it out, anyways another thing, i see the option for "admin" number to give on rep poitive, i set it to 1, i want each time a user give a positive it only increases/decreases by 1, how do i do this right now its like 20

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  • Disturb3d
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    Hello Zachery, me and söze tried all your suggestions but we're not getting any results.

    i checked the user cp area and i still cant find the rep points given?

    these are the settings that we're using, could you point out if theres something wrong with these settings or if we missed something maybe?

    Pic1 - Rep Options
    Pic2 - Rep Permission

    //edit

    nevermind, tis fixed now.

    thanks ;D
    Last edited by Disturb3d; Sat 22nd May '04, 2:02am.

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  • Zachery
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    Originally posted by Keyser Söze
    yea i see it, my group admin is set to yes already, so why cant i see it? when i click on the img it is empt, where exactly would u veiw it? i would like for the number to be a link to a popup that displays the list of who left what
    See attached image

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  • Keyser Söze
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    yea i see it, my group admin is set to yes already, so why cant i see it? when i click on the img it is empt, where exactly would u veiw it? i would like for the number to be a link to a popup that displays the list of who left what

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  • Zachery
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    AdminCP > Usergroups > Usergroup Manager > General Permissions > Can See Who Left User Ratings > YEs

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  • Keyser Söze
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    ok worked but i see no option to allow users to see who voted for/against them, where is it?

    also is there a command in mysql that i could reset everyones rating to 10
    Last edited by Keyser Söze; Wed 19th May '04, 3:53pm.

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  • Zachery
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    After $post[posts] would be a good place, in the postbit or postbit_legacy template.

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