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Old 07-05-2011, 06:37 PM   #1
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What is the difference between junior member, member, senior member?

What is the significance of the campfire icons?
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It's based on the number of posts I believe. Once thresholds are reached you get another campfire to keep you warm.

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The number of campfires are dependent on the number of posts.

0 to 9 = No fire
10 to 74 = 1 campfire
75 to 249 = 2 campfires
250 to 499 = 3 campfires
500 to 999 = 4 campfires
1000 to 2499 = 5 campfires
2500 to 4999 = 6 campfires
5000 to 9999 = 7 campfires
10,000 and up = 8 campfires

The user title is also dependent on the number of posts.

Junior Member = 0 - 29 posts
Member = 30 - 99 posts
Senior Member - 100 or more posts
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Thanks for the responses. It has been many many years since I was called junior............ronspradley
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