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How do I tell what rating I gave to an iBle? Or if I've even rated that iBle? Answered

.  Immediately after I rate an iBle, it tells me what rating I gave. If I reload the page, my rating disappears, never to be seen again.
.  How can I tell what I rated an iBle or if I have rated it at all?

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AngryRedhead (author)2010-10-09

This topic has 4 ratings and a score of 4.16. I don't know if I rated it, so I rate it. If it now has 5 ratings, it in all likelihood means I didn't rate it before. If the score changes but the number of ratings doesn't, that means I previously rated the topic either higher or lower. If the number of ratings and the score doesn't change, that means I rated it exactly as I'd done before. As you can see, I use a very sophisticated method of trial and error.

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NachoMahma (author)AngryRedhead2010-10-10

.  So the system won't accept my second rating, but I can change my rating. Thanks!

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AngryRedhead (author)NachoMahma2010-10-10

I really like the ability to change my rating because sometimes I didn't do it right the first time or my opinion changes. You know, stuff...

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NachoMahma (author)AngryRedhead2010-10-10

. I was afraid that using such sophisticated methods would mess up the rating on someone's iBle - it didn't occur to me that I could use a topic for testing. >heavy sigh< Thanks again.

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lemonie (author)2010-10-09

You can re-rate it, then you'd know.

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caitlinsdad (author)2010-10-02

The question is how can you tell if you were there in the 60's? Or if you can even remember being there at all?

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NachoMahma (author)caitlinsdad2010-10-02

.  ROFL. That is great.
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.  If you can remember the '60s, you weren't really there.*

*Or so I am told. I'm a child of the '70s. Of course, it was pretty much the same in the '70s (we just didn't have a war to protest for the last half).

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