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Thread: New give thanks feature

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    Thumbs up New give thanks feature

    Hello everyone.

    I have installed a new plugin on the forums that allows users to Thank each other for useful posts.

    If a member has helped you and you would like to thank them for their efforts, click the Thanks button at the bottom of their post:



    This will give that user a Thanks count which is displayed with their stats on every post:



    Once a user has given thanks to another user, the thanks stats box will appear under the helpful post:




    Please use the Thanks feature instead of just posting "Thanks" as a message.
    This allows us to keep each thread easy to read and avoids thread clutter.

    If you feel a user has gone that extra mile and deserves more than the standard Thanks then don't forget you can add to their user reputation by clicking:

    Please use [highlight=Java] code [/highlight] tags when posting your code.
    Forum Tip: Add to peoples reputation by clicking the button on their useful posts.

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  2. The Following User Says Thank You to JavaPF For This Useful Post:

    Json (July 8th, 2009)