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I don't know if I have done something wrong or maybe it's a bug, or even working as normal…But, I have an issue with the Point Leader Board box. It always shows that members have only 40 points. However, clicking on member name shows many more points. For example, I have over 1,700 points but the leader board block still only shows 40. Is there something I need to do or is the leader board points different from the other points?

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Ed

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Hi,

The board is updated weekly, could that be a cause?


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Chris Graham said

Hi,

The board is updated weekly, could that be a cause?

I thought about that, but the leader board start date is set to July 1st, 2009. I cleared the cache and all that good stuff, but still at 40. I installed OCP on July 7th, 2009 though…and then set the leader board date back to July 1st. Is it because I changed the start date to a date prior to OCP actually being installed? I guess I can give it a few more days and see what happens.

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palemoon said

Chris Graham said

Hi,

The board is updated weekly, could that be a cause?

I thought about that, but the leader board start date is set to July 1st, 2009. I cleared the cache and all that good stuff, but still at 40. I installed OCP on July 7th, 2009 though…and then set the leader board date back to July 1st. Is it because I changed the start date to a date prior to OCP actually being installed? I guess I can give it a few more days and see what happens.

Thanks Chris!

Ed

I thought it'd update too, but I just checked the code and it's smarter than that. It is intentionally coded to only update weekly, because the leader-board has an archive showing what it was set for every week in it's history.


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