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Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha'sbalpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From balpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

2 replaced http://meta.stackoverflow.com/ with https://meta.stackoverflow.com/
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Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha's answerBalpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.

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Child metas now have hats (if parent site has hats)!
From Balpha's answer:

You wear the same hat on the child meta that you wear on the parent site, and the hat count on a meta user profile takes you to your hat rack on the parent site, similar to how it works for profile editing.