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You know the codes for your moderation color and for the moderation tables, but do you know how and when to use it?

Moderation Color
  • Moderation color is the color of the message we use when we remind members that they are not following the rules.

Neutral Table
  • You use the neutral table when you move, lock, split, unlock, and merge topics.

Positive Table
  • You use the positive table when you accept things or when you finally declare that a problem is solved.

Negative Table
  • You use the negative table when you decline things.

Administrator and Moderator Warning Tables
  • You use one of these tables depending on your rank. You use them when you are to decrease the warning bar of a certain user to a lower percent.

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