Thanks, Mike. Is there any work-around for the likes to reflect in the target account? I think the target account should show the likes received by old account, plus the likes received by the new account before the merged happens.
On our site, we imported users and posts from WordPress - and some of the members had several hundred posts. So after the import, they had two IDs - one from WordPress and One from XenForo. Now we want to merge these users but they'd certainly be interested in retaining their likes count.
I would imagine that you could manually update the database in phpmyadmin to reflect the new total, and then Xenforo should automatically keep the proper count going from there. I'm not 100% on that though.
This is very problematic, because both users may have liked the same posts, which should result in only 1 like count even after the merge. If you count 2 for the merged user, it would be unfair for all other users.