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Apologies if this is a dupe...

Today on Christianity.SE, I reached the 200 rep cap. Then a question I answered got migrated to Philosophy.SE, along with ~70 of my rep. Since that time, I've had several more upvotes, but they continue to get 0 rep, as though I had still met the 200 rep cap.

Is this by design, or a bug?

If the answer is "Bug, but it's too insignificant to matter," that's fine, too. :)

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Have you tried recalc-ing? – John Sep 21 '11 at 20:18
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A rep recalc is now performed in these cases, syncing up the rep cap within 5 minutes of the migration being completed.

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This is by design. It should all shake out with a rep recalc. If you go to http://christianity.stackexchange.com/reputation you should see a button at the very bottom to request an immediate rep recalc, give that a shot.

Do note, though, that the recalc will trim off any other rep earned by other migrated / deleted questions and whatnot.

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Sweet, thanks :) – Flimzy Sep 21 '11 at 20:22

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