Some weeks ago I received the accolade of becoming a level IV commenter. However I have noted that all my comments still indicate that I am a level 4 commenter. Concerned that my accolades in general are not being accredited. Is this a glitch that corrects itself periodically?
I'm not sure what you are asking. Level IV is the same as Level 4. IV is Roman numerals for 4.
by Janine Huldie5 years ago
I had just been given a Level 2 Commenter Status last night and now it looks like it is gone and I have no icon for my Comment Status? Why would this happen to me?
by Jason Menayan5 years ago
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by Marisa Wright3 years ago
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by kathleenkat5 months ago
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by MissFrost5 years ago
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by StellaSee2 years ago
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