View Poll Results: How do you prefer reputation numerical display

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  • The way it is now, with tooltip that shows when you hover over the graphical display

    13 40.63%
  • Number in parentheses next to the graphical display of reputation

    8 25.00%
  • Reputation count on a separate line from the graphical display like the old way

    11 34.38%
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  1. #11
      Ascension is offline
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    I voted for 2 but 3 is fine with me...I'm an old fogey as well. Gotta go yell at some kids on my lawn now
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    mearrin69 brings up a VERY valid point...enough to actually make me reconsiders...but I'll keep hearing opinions.
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    Is it possible to set the formatting of the Reputation number's text separately from that of the rest of the site? If so, it may be worth trying to see if you can find some sort of formatting and colour scheme that will complement the green bars of rep. That way, you could put the number after the rep in parentheses (as per option 2, which was my vote, anyway). This would make it easily accessible and potentially intriguing to the new members and make the rep more visible to existing members (which could provide a more forward sense of recognition and healthy competition). Formatting the text in a way complementary to the bars would cut down on clutter, though, as they would mesh well with the bars and could be viewed as a single unit made of two separate entities.

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