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Your Build Thread Badge is now a LINK to your tank thread!

Here is how you add your link and get your badge:

1. Click here to edit the link in your profile: https://www.reef2reef.com/account/account-details

2. Add the URL (link) of your build thread. You can see mine in the example.

3. Save it and BOOM you have the badge AND your badge is now a link to your tank thread!

Amazing huh? :p

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Do I get a Gold Badge?
 

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So if you have multiple build threads, which one does your badge link to, and how do you have links to multiple build threads?
I believe, don't quote me, you can only have one link. Let me talk to other mods.
 

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I believe, don't quote me, you can only have one link. Let me talk to other mods.
The software only allows it to link to one. If your a supporting member, you can add links to the others in your signature. Hope this helps.
 

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BUMP for BADGES!
 

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My build is too ghetto so I don't want to show it. My tank still functions nicely without all the bells and whistles.
Doesn’t have to be fancy for others to get value from your methods.
Doing things fancy doesn’t always mean doing them right!
Actually I pay closer attention to the builds that look like someone put real effort into DIY than I do those that have pretty store bought things.
Just my preference!
 

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