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Old 05-24-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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Newby here, and I guess it shows. There are many great people here that are very helpful and friendly. I've learned a lot in a short period of time. I know I've just scratched the surface, but I am curious about the rivets under people's names. What do they signify? Curious in Texas. E
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The rivets you see under avatar names show how many posts levels some have attained. You are given rivets for achieving a specific number of posts. Nothing special about them. You will see them start to appear under your name as your posts reach each level (5 and up). Happy Trails, Ed
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there are rivets under my name?
Frank, Did'nt yours turn off in putting Commercial Vendor in the spot they would be? At least that was my understanding. Ed
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Frank, Did'nt yours turn off in putting Commercial Vendor in the spot they would be? At least that was my understanding. Ed
no, they turned off when I started thinking outside of the box But honestly, I have done that my entire life.
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no, they turned off when I started thinking outside of the box But honestly, I have done that my entire life.
Well, that's the problem. You left your rivets in the box!
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