I do negative rep, but I do it usually when people are being just plain stupid. I don't do it for point of view (D&D) and I don't do it for spam (generally).
7I do negative rep, but I do it usually when people are being just plain stupid. I don't do it for point of view (D&D) and I don't do it for spam (generally).
Yes, a certain someone (who shall remain nameless) did the same to me, took me a while to get out of the red as their reping power was enormous....Its kind of funny - certain someone here in the pella forums seems convinced I've been giving them -rep so has returned the favor. Pretty silly to get into a back and forth battle over something as silly as rep though lol
So it's what ever Tyrion has set those things out that determines it.Register Date Factor- The number of reputation points that a user is able to give or take is dependant on several factors, with the length they have been registered as one of them. A user's power is first initialized at 1 and then this factor and the factors that follow are used to increase it. For example if you set this to 365, every 365 days that the user has been a member of your forum, they would gain one point. So if they have been a member for five years, they would gain 5 points of power for a total of 6.
Post Count Factor- The amount of posts that a user has can also affect their reputation power. Set this to number of posts that you want to award one point for. For example, set this to 50 and for a user with 500 posts, they would gain 10 points of power.
Reputation Point Factor- The users current reputation score can also affect their reputation power. Set this to 100 and a user with a reputation of 1000 would gain 10 points of reputation power. If you set any of the power factors to 0, that will effectively remove that factor from having an effect on the user's reputation power.