Discussion in 'Feedback' started by BSAM, Sep 25, 2006.
What's the difference between these two?:
The asterisk (*).
On my monitor, it's about a half of inch.
With all due respect, it is the asterisk. I did not do all that good on the IQ test in Chit Chat, but I nailed this.
My esteemed colleague snooptrader,
If you remove the asterisk, the âdifferenceâ stays the same.
If you remove the half inch, the two will overlap and you will see only one of them.
Therefore, the half inch is the âdifferenceâ .
I am teetering on the edge here man. My self-esteem is shot. Quit trying to use your logic on me, and let me win.
That's what she said.
A "Moderator" typically oversees a single forum, whereas a "Moderator*" has the ability to moderate across all the forums.
wow, like, the mods' mod! kewl! shld be renamed sthg louder, like, moderatissimo!
Thanks Baron. I knew there had to be a meaning for the subtle difference.
Separate names with a comma.