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> It's interesting that it's not a transient issue:

Looks logical to me, one down-vote only made it to rep but not to votescast, the DB wont store any other info.

Seems like the desire to show "up" and "down" votes separately, came long after the DB model was established.

This explains also why the display of it can be toggled in the settings.

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^5: Reputation: -4 (+-0.5 -3.5) by LanX
in thread Reputation: -4 (+-0.5 -3.5) by LanX

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