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Postby curious_sb » 28 Jan 2008, 00:28

Yes - this is my thousandth post!

Is that a good or bad thing? :roll:

*clapping and cheering can be heard n the background..
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Postby Robin » 28 Jan 2008, 02:04

Congrats! I look forward to 1000 more.
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Re: ONE THOUSAND POSTS

Postby ponylady » 28 Jan 2008, 18:19

curious_sb wrote:Yes - this is my thousandth post!


only 1k+ ???
:shock: :shock: :shock:

curious_sb wrote:Is that a good or bad thing? :roll:


seriously, i have about 5k+ @ a couple of boards. without spamming
this is a tremendous achievement, for what's it's worth.

so congrats, curious. looking forward to the next k.
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Postby Quantes » 30 Jan 2008, 11:53

Good for you! :p
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Postby Bound&Helpless » 30 Jan 2008, 18:23

Congrats, i got some way to go yet :-)
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Postby curious_sb » 30 Jan 2008, 23:17

I haven't really noticed how many posts I made, and I haven't been spamming, I've been genuinely contributing to the community, I was an aerly registered user, and the first to be promoted to Moderator.

I think my registered user number is something silly like 60 or 80, or somewhere in the middle, its a very low number - I tell you this forum has grown from a little small run website for a small group of SB enthusiasts, into a global phenomenon.

I'm really pleased to be a part if this place, even if I did throw a tantrum and leave for a few months, I do like it here. I just have to realise that there are other things in this life to computers and the internet (and bondage), so I have to have a healthy balance with all that and the rest of my life.

Anyway enough, thanks for all the feedback guys. I look forward to contributing some more, heres to the next thousand posts. :arrow:
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Postby anna » 31 Jan 2008, 15:12

Congratulation Curious! You have made a great contribution to the forum.

curious_sb wrote:I think my registered user number is something silly like 60 or 80, or somewhere in the middle, its a very low number

You can get your user number by clicking on your profile button below your post. Your user number should then be vissible in the url feld. Like this: ...viewprofile&u=36 The u=36 means user number 36. Hovever, this number could have changed a little since you joined if any previous user have been deleted.
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Postby Quantes » 31 Jan 2008, 16:05

I've posted not so much, although my usernumber is not so high.
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Postby ponylady » 31 Jan 2008, 16:26

Anna wrote:You can get your user number by clicking on your profile button below your post..


just hovering over the link will show the user # in the browsers status bar at the bottom of the screen.

btw: anna, who has # 1, you show up as # 2.
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Postby s661055 » 31 Jan 2008, 19:46

ponylady wrote:
Anna wrote:You can get your user number by clicking on your profile button below your post..


just hovering over the link will show the user # in the browsers status bar at the bottom of the screen.

btw: anna, who has # 1, you show up as # 2.


That's because phpbb forums creates an adminuser when you install the forum..
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Postby anna » 31 Jan 2008, 19:51

ponylady wrote:btw: anna, who has # 1, you show up as # 2.

I have never thought about that before. :? But I am sure s661055 is right.
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Postby curious_sb » 01 Feb 2008, 14:23

36 eh? bloody hell, it was a small forum back then!
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Postby Michelle » 02 Feb 2008, 11:44

Congratulations Curious_sb :D

These forums work and stay alive thanks to the contribution of people like you
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Postby Michelle » 02 Feb 2008, 11:47

Speaking of posts count; Can someone explain what counts as a post (for your post count)?

When I first joined, I thought it would increment by 1 each time I would either start a new post, or each time I would reply to an already started post?

But then I noticed my count would stay the same when I was replying in current posts, so I figured that it would only increment when I start a new post.

But I'm over 140 now, and I doubt I started that many posts? Or maybe I did :o
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Postby anna » 02 Feb 2008, 12:08

It should increase with every post you make. However, the number will decrease if you have posted in a thread that gets deleted.
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