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Below each members profile there is a rating where you can award a fellow member upto 5 stars , i was just wondering if once you have rated someone by clicking on the stars if it actually counts towards anything other than to show your appreciation for a particular member and also wether or not anyone actually bothers to rate fellow members , plus once you have awarded a member say.. 5 stars does that particular member actually know they have been awarded 5 stars and by whom ?

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No idea. Not a clue. Been here years and I only found out about these stars a few weeks ago.

Seriously ? .... they must be there for a reason . someone must have the answer , not the most important issue i know but its bugging me now :lol: incidentally i recently rated 2 of our members 5 stars but for some reason on the second one , it would only accept 4 stars ( sorry Raist ) :D

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No idea. Not a clue. Been here years and I only found out about these stars a few weeks ago.

Seriously ? .... they must be there for a reason . someone must have the answer , not the most important issue i know but its bugging me now :lol: incidentally i recently rated 2 of our members 5 stars but for some reason on the second one , it would only accept 4 stars ( sorry Raist ) :D

No worries , thanks for trying :rolleyes:

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No idea. Not a clue. Been here years and I only found out about these stars a few weeks ago.

Seriously ? .... they must be there for a reason . someone must have the answer , not the most important issue i know but its bugging me now :lol: incidentally i recently rated 2 of our members 5 stars but for some reason on the second one , it would only accept 4 stars ( sorry Raist ) :D

As Raist already knows, I have made several attempts to give him his 5th Star & while I get the message that my (MY?) rating has been updated, he doesn't get it. We reckon that if you have Starred someone once-that is it. You seem to be allowed only one vote.

Maybe a Mod could comment.

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No dude I am called Gareth

But I thought you were "Bareth" :P ;) :lol: .............or BAZ for short :lol:

Ouch ! :backofnet::lol: I thought that poor Gaz had "gone away" for a few days till the banter had died down. :rolleyes:

Sad news is - it probably never will :crybaby:

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Are these the blue boxes that come up on the side of all our posts under the car model - if not how do you check them - although in my case im propably on minus stars at this stageRed Diesel :lol:

I've got two blue boxes under my avatar aswell & I've still haven't had a satisfactory explination! (Well one that makes real sense!)

Please explain, someone ! :huh:

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Are these the blue boxes that come up on the side of all our posts under the car model - if not how do you check them - although in my case im propably on minus stars at this stageRed Diesel :lol:

I've got two blue boxes under my avatar aswell & I've still haven't had a satisfactory explination! (Well one that makes real sense!)

Please explain, someone ! :huh:

They magically appear the more posts you put up ;)

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