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Allan
05 Apr 2006, 22:01
Looking my status: "Stylist"

Why this status, lol ?

French translator official, yes :D, but stylist .....:p

Stylist = template customizer ?

Nutz
05 Apr 2006, 22:04
'Advanced Stylist' - hehe.
Nice to have our own set of titles i guess.

Thanks,
Mat

KTBleeding
05 Apr 2006, 22:13
Oooh, I'm a Stylist too.. neat. :)

Brad
05 Apr 2006, 22:20
Stylist are users that have posted template modifications/styles. Similar to the coder titles, they will change depending on the number of releases and installs you have.

Stangsta
05 Apr 2006, 22:24
Wow.....it sounds so.....:bunny: homosexual. :bunny:

Nutz
05 Apr 2006, 22:24
Do we get to know the numbers between titles for this set?
Oh does the style titles override the coder ones or just if the user has more code hacks than style mods?

Thanks,
Mat

KTBleeding
05 Apr 2006, 22:29
Wow.....it sounds so.....:bunny: homosexual. :bunny:
Well now: That's a stereotype and a half. :bunny:

Brad
05 Apr 2006, 22:45
Do we get to know the numbers between titles for this set?
Oh does the style titles override the coder ones or just if the user has more code hacks than style mods?

Do we get to know the numbers between titles for this set?

No

does the style titles override the coder ones or just if the user has more code hacks than style mods?

Right now it works like this:

If you are a master coder, and an Advanced Stylist, you'd have the title 'Master Coder'. Likewise if you are a 'Coder' and an 'Advanced Stylist' you'll be listed as 'Advanced Stylist'.

Gio~Logist
05 Apr 2006, 23:28
Do we get to know the numbers between titles for this set?

No

does the style titles override the coder ones or just if the user has more code hacks than style mods?

Right now it works like this:

If you are a master coder, and an Advanced Stylist, you'd have the title 'Master Coder'. Likewise if you are a 'Coder' and an 'Advanced Stylist' you'll be listed as 'Advanced Stylist'.

Ah, but what if you are regular/advanced both?

Developer
05 Apr 2006, 23:37
sounds very good :)

Borgs8472
06 Apr 2006, 00:06
Ah, but what if you are regular/advanced both?
You get the more homosexual sounding one... :/

Xenon
06 Apr 2006, 00:10
Actually we cannot tell you exact numbers, as it's a more complex formular now to determine what title you get.

We choosed it in a way, that most users kept their titles they have had, but not all, just most.

That script calculates points out of the released hacks /installs
If the templatepoints are more than coderpoints, you get a stylist title, otherwise a coder's title.

And if you don't like the name "stylist" just suggest another one ;)

Stangsta
06 Apr 2006, 00:14
And if you don't like the name "stylist" just suggest another one ;)Designer

Template coder

Template Engineer ;)

Architect

Paul M
06 Apr 2006, 00:35
Even though I will never have to worry - I would suggest "Designer" - rather than "Stylist", which sounds like my local hairdresser !

Xenon
06 Apr 2006, 00:39
works for me :)

Gio~Logist
06 Apr 2006, 00:39
Even though I will never have to worry - I would suggest "Designer" - rather than "Stylist", which sounds like my local hairdresser !

Agreed. However, just because you release a vbulletin skin, doesn't make you a designer. Some skins can be made just using the style system...

evenmonkeys
06 Apr 2006, 00:47
Awwww. I was getting used to being a Stylist. Oh well. I guess I'll settle for Designer. I really appreciate vBorg though for recognizing those of us who are good with html and graphics, but lack in the areas of php. =D

Paul, I can do your hair later.

Stangsta
06 Apr 2006, 00:54
Well, thats better....now I feel like a metrosexual...hahaa

It will do.

Developer
06 Apr 2006, 01:19
designer is better but i think template mods should have another title like template editor or something.
DЭVЭLOPЭR

davidw
06 Apr 2006, 01:43
LOL, when I first saw the title, I expected something to do with hair. I am a former naval barber, so I thought wow. Now, I might consider not only scriptwork, but brightwork as well.

For those not familiar with the naval term "brightwork," consider it somewhat an appearance term.

I actually like template modification as it is pretty easy stuff to do, but never thought it would go anywhere. I have been hacking since my nuke days, so I will enjoy actually getting credit for work once it has met said criteria.

Good work vBTeam!

Allan
06 Apr 2006, 05:46
Actually we cannot tell you exact numbers, as it's a more complex formular now to determine what title you get.

We choosed it in a way, that most users kept their titles they have had, but not all, just most.

That script calculates points out of the released hacks /installs
If the templatepoints are more than coderpoints, you get a stylist title, otherwise a coder's title.

And if you don't like the name "stylist" just suggest another one ;)

Customizer ?

Xenon
06 Apr 2006, 12:00
that's a too general term...

i think Designer fits in better

Borgs8472
06 Apr 2006, 13:07
Thanks for changing it :)

Not that I've ever made a design or style from scratch in any case...