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Old 06-06-2008
What is meant by the words under usernames?

Under all users, there are some keynames. Some are obvious, like Moderator and Registered User. I have seen others too. What do they mean or signify?Smilie
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Old 06-06-2008
you can change your titel in the user-cp to something you like...
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Old 06-06-2008
We have give some of the users who have made significant contribution the the forums the ability to change their user titles.

Also the "supporter" title is assigned to users who have made financial donations to the forums. Read-only signifies a user who has been banned from posting by the moderators or admins but not from reading the forums, and banned means that they have been banned from logging in in any way.

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