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Scootietoots

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Posted: 05 Jun 2012, 14:04
The "progress bar" under my posts...what do the colors represent?
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wichitaks

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Posted: 05 Jun 2012, 14:07
How close you are to your set goal from where you started. It goes from Red, to orange, to yellow to Green
MillaLite

Joined: Feb 08
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Posted: 05 Jun 2012, 14:38
After green is blue! Deemed to be the final achievement of reaching goal, or beyond goal.
** You can’t solve a problem with the same mind that created it. –Albert Einstein **
Scootietoots

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Posted: 05 Jun 2012, 14:43
Thank You Wichita & MillaLite...got it! ROCK ON WICHITA with the Orange!
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swlker

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Posted: 06 Jun 2012, 00:29
Anyone know what percents the color changes? Just curious.



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