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Giving reputation points
How exactly do I do this? Do I just click on the plus sign? When I do this it turns into a minus sign. How do I give negative points?

How do I make a comment when giving reps?

I couldn’t find this information anywhere so I posted here.
04-20-2022 08:13 PM
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RE: Giving reputation points
I believe what you're doing is clicking the "Quote this post" button. As far as I'm aware, giving reputation only activates once you reach a certain post count threshold. Perhaps 500?
04-21-2022 11:01 AM
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RE: Giving reputation points
(04-21-2022 11:01 AM)jcohen42 Wrote:  I believe what you're doing is clicking the "Quote this post" button. As far as I'm aware, giving reputation only activates once you reach a certain post count threshold. Perhaps 500?

Now I know what the plus sign does. Cool.
04-21-2022 07:00 PM
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