When I first set up my board, it being new and all, I wanted the reputation system to work faster -- so I changed the number of posts, for example, that would effect the rep system, i.e. instead of a point for every 100 posts I made it a point for every 10. Well that was fine except people are getting huge Rep Power now and most of the original posters have a full rack of those little 'boxes' and there is no where to go.

What I want to do is start completely over (I guess). In other words get everything back to the defaults INCLUDING the little boxes. This is where I am having trouble.

I did this:

So how do I get those little boxes back to a reasonable levels and then have the system start accumulating points and power based on the default numbers in the user reputation panel?

Do I have to completely wipe out the existing rep system and let the software recaulcate everyting based on the default numbers and the current posts by members? and if so, how would I do that?

I'm really confused what to do.

Here is my site if you want to look at what I am talking about: http://www.afcwestforums.com/

What I want to do is start completely over (I guess). In other words get everything back to the defaults INCLUDING the little boxes. This is where I am having trouble.

I did this:

**AdminCP -> Maintenance -> Update Counters -> Rebuild User Reputation**and the numbers got smaller but the little boxes didn't revert back to a lesser amount. I guess because these Rep Boxes were accumulated based on the points that were given under the system I eet up originally.So how do I get those little boxes back to a reasonable levels and then have the system start accumulating points and power based on the default numbers in the user reputation panel?

Do I have to completely wipe out the existing rep system and let the software recaulcate everyting based on the default numbers and the current posts by members? and if so, how would I do that?

I'm really confused what to do.

Here is my site if you want to look at what I am talking about: http://www.afcwestforums.com/

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