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dptr1988

What is the 'Warn'

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On the left side of the post where the user iformation is displayed (name, # of posts, etc..) at the bottom, it says "Warn: (0%)" and then 5 bars after it. What does that mean?

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If you do something inappropriate or against the forum guidelines, us admins and the moderators can increase your warning level. Once you get to 100%, it's an automatic ban.

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Correct. You'll know when your warn level gets increased as you'll get a PM/email with a reason why your warn level has been increased, this will only happen is break one of the forum rules.

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so if you get warns, is it permanent or does the level go down automatically after a certain amount of time? same thing if you get to 100%: if you get auto banned by reaching 100% warning level, do you stay banned forever or will it eventually go down to say 90% and therefore you can log back in?

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When your warn level is increased it will never go down automatically unless and admin/mod reduces your warn level. This will most probably happen when you are helping out in the community.

I know when you get 100% warn level you are automatically banned. I dont know if this perment, which its most likely is, or whether its temporay. But its the admins decission whether you will be unbanned or not.

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futhermore, an admin or mod can now ban you from posting forever or for a number of days or moderate your post even if you have a 10% warn level. new features us admins added to the warn table thingy so the mods can have a bit more control over members.

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