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  • Like some content? Let others know!

    Have you found some content on the forums that you find useful? Want to let others know about it? Well, if you have a Google account, you can now let other know about it with Google's new "+1" button. This is basically Google's version of the Facebook "Like" button, but it ties back to Google search instead of someone's Facebook page.

    Currently, the button is only available on the #107 and #107-Fixed styles, but depending on if people find it useful, I may look into adding it to other styles as well. So you might be asking, "Ok, so where is it located??" I've added it at the bottom of each thread, on the right hand side.


    If you are still unsure what it exactly is for, check out Google's description. And as always, please leave comments on what you think!

    • unchained01
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      very nice brad !
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