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I have a suggestion. So we all know how normal members has Gold Spinny Stars for 10,000 posts and on, Gift Gurus have Green Spinny Stars and Gift Coaches have purple spinny stars. How about if Gifted Members get Navy Blue Spinny Stars? How does this sound to you guys? Could someone make a Navy Spinny for me to show? Tell me what you think. (:
As much as I would like to see this, especially since blue is my favorite color, this has been suggested and shot down many times before. I wish it would happen, but I know it's not going to.
Here's what a search of this forum for "blue spinnies" comes up with: link
Originally Posted by Baby_G
I really am not trying to sound humble and almighty here, but I do not think that this is a good idea. Your intention and reasoning is good, but both gift guru and gift coach statuses are highly honored. They're both privledges, whereas being gifted isn't so much of a privliedge. Don't get me wrong, it's a GREAT honor to be in the gift exchange community as it is, but I think the more experienced traders deserve the cool spinnies. The color of the spinnies isn't even a big deal in my opinion, since it's just a symbol of how much posts you have on the forum. Plus, if gifteds get a color then the webkinz are going to want a different spinny as well.
In the FAQ: Once a user reaches 10,000 posts, they start receiving "spinny stars" for their post count: Each single-colored spinny star (there are gold, green and purple) represents 10,000 posts -- Each rainbow-colored spinny star represents 50,000 posts --
However, you'll notice that the staff don't have a star at all... how sad is that?
It's just how things are. Everyone is special in their own way. But it's better to put the emphasis on post content, than on mere post count.
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