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In the Pligg 1.2 script there was a great function that allowed to give random votes to submitted news. Is there something similar for Pligg 2.x?
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    There was no such function or feature in Pligg 1.2. The only thing even remotely close would have been when a story was pulled in using the RSS Importer module, you could set the initial vote to a random number, which Pligg 2.0.2 also has.

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    If your content is good and you promote the site well, the users will show up and votes will happen.

    Content is King!

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    Define random, do you mean anonymous?

    All the available vote and other pligg settings are in the admin section.

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    No, I'll try to explain what I want to say with an example.

    An user submit a news...considering the traffic volume is too low, nobody will vote that news. So, the script should give a random number of fake votes to the news (e.g., in a range between 5-20 votes) to give the impression the site is active.

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    Nope, see the answer I already posted.

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    You are right! I'm sorry for the mistake :(

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