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The reputation tab (and possibly reputation itself) might have a bug:

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With 4 accepted answers that would put my theoretical rep. limit at 260, right?

But it seems like it's capped right there for whatever reason. The /reputation audit makes more sense:

 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 2   7184180 (10)
 2   7184180 (10)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 2   7184468 (10)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 2   7184468 (10)
 1   7184180 (15)
 2   7184468 (10)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 2   7185059 (10)
 2   7185059 (10)
 2   7185059 (10)
 1   7185059 (15)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   7185897 (10)
 2   3891901 (10)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 1   7185897 (15)
 3   XXXXXXX (-1)
 2   7191649 (10)
 1   7191649 (15)
 2   7191649 (10)
 2   3792262 (10)  <<<<< this is the answer in question
-- 2011-08-25 rep +253  = 19119   
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There are cases where the reputation tab doesn't report the correct reputation; this is one of those cases. Only stackoverflow.com/reputation always gives the correct reputation. –  kiamlaluno Aug 25 '11 at 16:07
    
@kia But the kicker is the reputation points themselves are affected by this. –  NullUserException อ_อ Aug 25 '11 at 16:19
    
That is also what happens when a question where your answer has been up-voted is deleted; reputation points are affected, and if you check on stackoverflow.com/reputation, you will notice that the reputation reported there is lower than the reputation reported on Stack Overflow. –  kiamlaluno Aug 25 '11 at 16:44

1 Answer 1

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This used to happen on deleted posts, but will no longer happen (for longer than 5 minutes) as part of the new reputation changes.

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