What software is being used for Vote Up?

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  1. bchertov
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    I haven't been on MR for a while. I also run a vBulletin site. I'm wondering what software is being use for the "Vote Up" functionality. Thanks!
     
  2. Macman45
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    I'm not sure about this version....But I have used newer iterations, and it's built in....arn would be able to answer your query.
     
  3. Mr. Retrofire
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  4. bchertov
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    Oh you poor, poor soul.
     
  7. Astroboy907
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    Quite so. IE6, well, perhaps he is being forced to use it...
     
  8. Iken
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    Ehm what does the Vote Up do on this site?

    How can you vote up a post in a forum thread?
     
  9. GGJstudios
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    By tapping the up arrow next to the Quote button in the post.
     
  10. Weaselboy
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    It is being used to identify the top voted posts in front page articles. For example, if you look here you can see the top voted comments in the discussion thread below the article.
     

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