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Old 03-04-2010, 07:52 AM   #1
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I recently saw that the "Thanks" option has been turned on by Nathan.

Thanks Nathan

I must say that in the past, I had not much care for such an arrangement, and didn't see the need for it.
However, since that time, I have changed my view = While participating on other forums with the same arrangement, I have seen it's practicality and positiveness.

I am posting this here, as a means of making this new option aware to others; not only new members, but also older members, that may not have not noticed it.

"Thank you" for reading this.



P.S . - There is no option for "This post is useless" - Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Old 04-13-2010, 11:41 PM   #2
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Interesting
I edited one of my posts & the "Thanks" from the user dissappeared
Not sure if it effects the count, not that it really matters

hmmmm...now its back & my Thanks count has not changed
So I guess (think) it was just due to the edit
Unless he Thanked me again after the edit & my count did not go up because he had already Thanked me

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