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    A couple days ago I noticed that the little title under my username had switched from "Junior Member" to "Member", and I am still curious as to what determines whether I'm a "Member" or a "Junior Member". Is it reputation? Number of posts? Time as a member? Or maybe a combination of those, or something I haven't thought of?
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    I think its based on activity, as in how often you log in(not daily) and post count. Might be wrong but that's what I would think it is based on.
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    Hello snowguy13,

    User titles are based on post count. 0 - 30 is Junior Member. 30+ is Member etc.
    There hasn't been much thought put into what these titles say but I may update them at some point.

    Currently the only people able to set custom user titles are moderators and forum VIPs.
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    Okay! That's all I wanted to know. Thanks to you both for your responses!
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    Hey.. It is based on your activity that when and how often you stay there on that web. And from how many days you are working/using that web..


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