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i think the same!!
I think the same!! too!!
It has been suggested before that the max. number of medals be raised to 2 or 3. The reply from the mods was positive.

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It /feels/ like giving a friend a present and then, another person turns up and you grab the present back and give it to the new person. just doesn't /feel/ right to me.
prtu043 I agree that the allowable medal giving should be increased to say 2 or 3 to avoid such situations. it would be /very/ rare to run into a situation where I have given out 3 medals and then think someone else deserves one instead. in the old system, I only gave out a maximum of 3 medals in any one question.
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