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Steps to reproduce behaviour:

  1. Click a post's score to display the up and down votes.
  2. Vote either up or down on that post.

Expected result:

The updated up/down votes (with my vote counted) is displayed.

Actual result:

Only the post score (with my vote counted) is displayed.


Is this by design, or something that could be requested?

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I think this is by-design. There's nothing restricting you from clicking post's score again, but I think that when you click upvote or downvote, you already know number of upvotes and/or downvotes.

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True, the fact that the up/down disappears isn't like i'm loosing info (as you say, i've just seen the votes!), but it looks a little odd having it change back from a UI point of view (IMO). – George Duckett Aug 23 '11 at 15:25
    
@GeorgeDuckett: On that logic i would say it is also odd that you cannot switch back by clicking it again. – H.B. Aug 23 '11 at 15:33
    
@H.B.: Agreed.. Ideally i'd like voting to preserve whether up/down or just score is shown, as well as clicking on the up/down votes making it revert back to store (as i understand your comment above). – George Duckett Aug 23 '11 at 15:37

I would say it's by design, as that is the only way to make the count of the up-votes and down-votes disappear, without to refresh the full page.

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