NEW FEATURE: Post Like system!!!

At long last, we have successfully implemented a comprehensive post rating/like system. With casual readers and visitors vastly outnumbering frequent posters, it is not always apparent to users that others are reading, enjoying and grateful for their posts. If you are too shy to post and want to express your thanks, now you can!

Liking a post is easy - click this thumbs up in the top right hand corner of the post: Image

Can I encourage everyone to use this new feature enthusiastically and liberally and be sure to go back to your favourite old topics and like old posts. This will help build up useful user 'like' profiles and give credit to the users who has provided so much value to this community. This in turn helps guests and newcomers sort useful answers and posters from others.

This goes to regular forum lurkers especially - please show your appreciation with a 'like'!

Featuring:
  • Liked post counters in every user profile (given & received)
  • Liked post leaderboard accessible from the index and Quick Links Menu
  • Receive notifications when your post is liked, configurable from the User Control Panel (in forum notification and/or email notifications available or off)
  • You can remove a like if you made a mistake by clicking the undo button where the thumbs up used to sit (but the user will be notified)
  • Plus more


Read the announcement and post any queries, comments or suggestions HERE

Once read, this announcement can be dismissed by clicking on the 'X' in the top right hand corner.

Best of AusRotary: Keeping it in the family - Adam's R100

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Re: Best of AusRotary: Keeping it in the family - Adam's R100

#16 Post by yadav » Sat Jun 18, 2016 6:44 pm

That's amazing, massive credit for all the hard work, perseverance and bringing it back to where it is now



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Re: Best of AusRotary: Keeping it in the family - Adam's R100

#17 Post by shoggothe » Sat Jun 18, 2016 10:55 pm

yadav wrote:That's amazing, massive credit for all the hard work, perseverance and bringing it back to where it is now
Thanks! I still smile like an idiot whenever I take it out for a spin... :D
Savanna RX3 GSII wrote:=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> Congrats and may the 3rd generation also keep it in the family
You can bet on that! Our daughter loves going for rides in "grandpa's car"

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Re: Best of AusRotary: Keeping it in the family - Adam's R100

#18 Post by sonic bronze » Sun Jun 19, 2016 6:38 am

It has the ability to change your mood this kind of stuff. It's not just the transformation of the car but also the mateship that makes it possible and then the reuniting in the end. Thanks for sharing this flash back with us all.



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