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On Stack Overflow, when I look at my reputation explanation I see that I've got two votes and gotten +4, but when I look inside I see that there are actually two edits there. Isn't this a mistake when listing multiple edits?

Here is the screen shot:

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See Reputation tab: Are these really votes? (since the bounty is close-vote-blocking me) – Tim Stone Aug 13 '11 at 21:54
    
My question is in Stackoverflow.... – nayish Aug 13 '11 at 21:56
    
@nayish: It's the same issue. – H.B. Aug 13 '11 at 22:10
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Starting with the next build, we'll no longer roll up suggested edit approvals in the "votes", they'll appear as their own line.

Also, there was a bug with missing titles/links on +2 on accepted answers (since the vote goes with the answer behind the scenes)...this is also corrected in the next build.

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