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01-20-05, 11:39 PM #1
Hey guys i know that im not a big important meber or any thing but i have seen over a whilemore and more people are getting custome ranks.
well i was wonderingwho i can talk to about thinks like ranks, names ect..
i only know a few higher power people but i wont go into names (lol if i miss some one or add some one who doest really know me as i think i knowthem and all.)
01-21-05, 03:35 AM #2
The mods decide who gets a rank, when, and what rank. Generally the seniors are given custom ranks (usually still with the "Senior" part intact) and members who have donated to OCForums in the past before iNet took over or who have contributed to the forums in a big way.David J. Nelson MChem(Edin) PhD(Strath) MRSC [ResearcherID: D-3927-2011] [Google Scholar]
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01-21-05, 03:53 AM #3
i still se lots of normal Members with there own ranks
01-21-05, 03:56 AM #4
umi just noticed my rank...
why is my rank -very?????
what does that mean -(as in minus???)
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01-21-05, 05:57 PM #10
ya thanx JoT.
i just wana know whoto talk to and how it all works and why my rank is -very.....
01-21-05, 06:16 PM #11
01-21-05, 06:42 PM #12Originally Posted by JoT
01-21-05, 07:01 PM #13
Ah I do this to members to a board i'm an admin on...
I changed someone's title to Fruity, then moved around to some other members naming them like Fruity's Brother and Fruit Of The Loom and stuff... I told them it was some worm that got in the forumsAntec Nine Hundred Black Steel Case
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01-22-05, 12:24 AM #14
Thanks JoT (assuming that was the smartypants mod involved in my rank assassination ).
Someone should change PCGUY's to Fruit of the Loins or something to that effect. lol
01-22-05, 12:37 AM #15
01-22-05, 04:45 PM #16
Ok guys dont request ranks JoT already said so.
But ya who does change them?> i can see that im back to Member.
Were can i find a list of mods/admins?
after i find out were this thread should be locked or deleted so it doesnt get all filled with things like
"i want my own rank....)
01-22-05, 05:01 PM #17
Originally Posted by syberspy9
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It's at the top of the "forum feedback" page.
01-22-05, 05:31 PM #18
Any mod or admin can change a rank, but they only do it at their own discretion. Seniors are the only members who can actually request a rank change.
01-22-05, 07:58 PM #19
We have thousands of members. It would be a pain for mods and admins to constantly be changing ranks for everyone.
A while back when we were collecting donations for bandwidth, you could get a custom rank if you donated $x to bandwidth.
I'm sure anyone could bribe a mod or admin to give them a custom rank... then they might discover some free time to do it .
01-22-05, 08:27 PM #20
Originally Posted by David
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