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¿Alguien sabe qué significan los cuadrados de color verde que aparecen abajo de nuestros avatares cuando ponemos un mensaje? Y también, ¿cuál es la diferencia específica entre "senior member," "junior member," y "newbie"? ¿A cuántos mensajes se convierte uno de un newbie en un junior member, por ejemplo'

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updated ABR 23, 2009
posted by 00bacfba

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Newbie (up to 30 posts) : one square

Junior member (up to 50 posts): two green squares

Member (up to one hundred posts) : 3 green squares

Senior member (more than one hundred posts) : 4 green squares

Gracias, Heidita. Dado eso, los cuadrados no nos dan ninguna nueva información, ya que los nombres como jr. member, etc., ya nos dan la misma información. Pero por lo menos ahora sé lo que significan, y estoy muy contentito.

updated ABR 23, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Yo pase de newbie a junior a los treinta and I got an additional green square also...lo demas no se
UPDATE: I've just got my third green square after fifty posts.

updated ABR 23, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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Todos los foros utilizan este mecanismo.. es una recompensa para poner las mensajes. Los cuadrados verdes representan tu rango.

Hasta ahí, me imaginaba, pero mi pregunta tiene que ver más con las detalles. Es decir, en ese rango, ¿qué significa un solo cuadrado, dos cuadrados, etc.?

Sí. Si tienes dos cuadrados verdes, entonces tu estás en el segundo rango, y si tienes cuatro cuadrados verdes, entonces tu estás en el cuarto rango. ¡Es así de sencillo!

And thanks, Gus!

'EDIT' I see that the mod has posted the exact posts to each rank... which I realise is probably what you were asking for. Ah, well, at least I got to practise my spanish, ha ha. wink

updated ABR 22, 2009
posted by raindropsxroses
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Newbie (up to 30 posts) : one square

Junior member (up to 50 posts): two green squares

Member (up to one hundred posts) : 3 green squares

Senior member (more than one hundred posts) : 4 green squares

updated ABR 22, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Todos los foros utilizan este mecanismo.. es una recompensa para poner las mensajes. Los cuadrados verdes representan tu rango.

your answer is great.... you deserve more than just one little itsy bitty green square.

updated ABR 22, 2009
posted by 00769608
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Send notification email of this moderation action to thread owner

this is what we get when we move a thread, James, and the mail is always sent, by default.

Nevertheless, I have not received any notification.

I will try to find out about the green squares.

Thank you. I think many here might be interested, and also about what the "senior member" and other classifications mean.

updated ABR 22, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Send notification email of this moderation action to thread owner

this is what we get when we move a thread, James, and the mail is always sent, by defect.

I will try to find out about the green squares.

updated ABR 22, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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James, you were sent a message to be updated on the change of your thread.

Sigo sin recibirlo.

You know very well, that this question has nothing to do with vocabulary or grammar, and at this moment, I think the website feedback is one of the most visited pages anyway, unfortunately.

Anyway, nobody is allowed to post on the forum he wishes just to "get more answers" or because he thinks "more people will see the thread".

Certainly, that alone is not sufficient, but in this case the motivation was that virtually everyone on the forum would likely be interested in the answer.

I am not familiar with the green squares.

Mmmm. ¿Y quién los conocería'

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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James, you were sent a message to be updated on the change of your thread.

You know very well, that this question has nothing to do with vocabulary or grammar, and at this moment, I think the website feedback is one of the most visited pages anyway, unfortunately.

Anyway, nobody is allowed to post on the forum he wishes just to "get more answers" or because he thinks "more people will see the thread".

To answer your question:

I am not familiar with the green squares. Sorry.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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To the moderator who moved this thread (to a forum where very few people will read it): Could you at least answer the question? I assume moderators are privy to such information. I purposely posted my question in the biggest forum because I felt most, if not all, members would be interested in the answer, since everyone is affected. When changes are made to an existing Internet forum, it's polite to explain the changes to the members.

Thank you.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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raindrops how do you get your picture in there? Mine says member photos are not currently enabled.

Go to My Page (see menu in blue at top of this page) and click Edit Avatar.

And by the way, messages such as yours are best sent by private message, since they have nothing to do with the thread.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Todos los foros utilizan este mecanismo.. es una recompensa para poner las mensajes. Los cuadrados verdes representan tu rango.

Hasta ahí, me imaginaba, pero mi pregunta tiene que ver más con las detalles. Es decir, en ese rango, ¿qué significa un solo cuadrado, dos cuadrados, etc.?

Debería haber un FAQ sobre tales asuntos.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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raindrops how do you get your picture in there? Mine says member photos are not currently enabled.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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Todos los foros utilizan este mecanismo.. es una recompensa para poner las mensajes. Los cuadrados verdes representan tu rango.

updated ABR 21, 2009
posted by raindropsxroses
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