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[For 1.8] Reputation levels
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Alright, so I have a couple problems with adding custom reputation levels. First is, if I add a level at -1, then anyone with a positive rep is given that title, instead of anyone below -1. And If I add one at -100 then everyone between -1 and -100 has that title, even though there are ranks in between that they should have instead.

Here's some screen shots explaining my problem
[Image: ex1.png]
[Image: rep.png]

As you can see, the person with -86 rep should be "Pretty Bad", and the person with -2 rep should be "Bad", and the person with +15 should be "Helpful".

I don't know if I'm doing it wrong, or what, but thanks for the help.
-86 - it is ok, that this function work
but to -2 should be "Leech" and for 15 should be "Helpful"
something is wrong only on postbit in profile works fine
thanks for report I try to fix this very fast
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I second Rakes's suggestion on caching this. Try using GH so others can help you out.
Version 1.7
  • Fix bug, bad reading reputation title.
  • Fix bug, reading css on edit post preview.
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Thank you. Works great!
Version 1.8
few fix in code
add new subpage where users can see all reptation levels misc.php?action=reputationlevels [Image: ufVaP6x.png]
count user rep in now link to user details rep
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Hey nice work, realy love it, just one small problem, how can i resize that rep block ? it's to huge for my opinion... THANKS!
Everthing is in the reputationlevels.css
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