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24th November 2011, 01:52 PM |#31  
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It just looks full when you get to 10,000.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7#post19656097

I'll ask the admins, as there are a few users in the 6,000 - 7,000 range.

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Oooo nice, that's the first time I'm coming across the 10k mike thanks.
But at what rate does it fill up?
Cuz if it's full at around 8K thanks...then what I'm showing at 100 is not right.
 
 
24th November 2011, 02:18 PM |#32  
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Oooo nice, that's the first time I'm coming across the 10k mike thanks.
But at what rate does it fill up?
Cuz if it's full at around 8K thanks...then what I'm showing at 100 is not right.

Its weird, I think 500+ was 4 bars, 1001 is 6 bars, and then I duno

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24th November 2011, 03:21 PM |#33  
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I think it is Logarithmic.

It fills up quickly at first and then slows down towards the end.

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28th November 2011, 11:59 AM |#34  
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You need 5 posts before it will show up.

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28th November 2011, 09:10 PM |#35  
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Can we have the amount of thanks increased from 5 to something else because i dont think 5 thanks per 24 hours is enough especially on a forum like XDA were the amount of support you get can make you say thanks via the button alot.
29th November 2011, 12:33 AM |#36  
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Can we have the amount of thanks increased from 5 to something else because i dont think 5 thanks per 24 hours is enough especially on a forum like XDA were the amount of support you get can make you say thanks via the button alot.

It is only five thanks per day to make sure you are only thanking people who really deserve it and to make sure some users do not abuse the system.
29th November 2011, 12:35 AM |#37  
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It is only five thanks per day to make sure you are only thanking people who really deserve it and to make sure some users do not abuse the system.

Yea, nowadays it's like "help me and I'll hit the thanks button for the next 10 days"
29th November 2011, 12:56 AM |#38  
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I have gotten a lot of help from these forums, I'd like to say thanks! Hopefully my thanks button will appear soon!
4th December 2011, 08:17 AM |#39  
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I'd like to say thanks to some posts on here, but couldn't find the button, did a Google search and found this thread, and hence the answer.

I also needed to post in a rom thread, but couldn't <10 posts!

Luckily someone posted the exact same question I had a few days later, and my question was answered, but I couldn't thank the person that answered, most annoying
8th December 2011, 07:39 AM |#40  
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I'd like to say thanks to some posts on here, but couldn't find the button, did a Google search and found this thread, and hence the answer.

I also needed to post in a rom thread, but couldn't <10 posts!

Luckily someone posted the exact same question I had a few days later, and my question was answered, but I couldn't thank the person that answered, most annoying

Same here. Furthermore, after failing to post here only I realized that my account wasn't activated until now! How noob of me

BTW this forum is really a life saver for me using android on SGSII for the first time! Thank you all devs, thank you all!

p/s: I'm now working hard to reach 5 posts in order to make the thanks button appear. Muahahahaha....
8th December 2011, 06:37 PM |#41  
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Can we have the amount of thanks increased from 5 to something else because i dont think 5 thanks per 24 hours is enough especially on a forum like XDA were the amount of support you get can make you say thanks via the button alot.

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It is only five thanks per day to make sure you are only thanking people who really deserve it and to make sure some users do not abuse the system.

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Originally Posted by roofrider

Yea, nowadays it's like "help me and I'll hit the thanks button for the next 10 days"

While its understandable to a certain extent that folks can abuse the system, I do find the limit of just 5 thanks a day very limiting.

The way I see it is, its better to have a post with more thanks given by way of the thanks button than a thread full of written out thanks which just add to the thread being bloated with needless conversation. This will keep the thread on course and does not require the reader to have to go through so many postings that really do not add to the conversation/instructions/development at hand.

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