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On my reputation, it says reputation for today is -2...but I can't find what would have caused that, and I have a total history of 0 down votes, so I don't even know how I could have gotten -2. If I lost an upvote, that should be -5.

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Go to stackoverflow.com/reputation, and see what your audit says. Did you unaccept an answer that you accepted yesterday? –  Robert Harvey Oct 3 '11 at 19:28
    
On Stack Overflow, the last reputation change I can see are from September 24. –  kiamlaluno Oct 3 '11 at 19:28
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up vote 11 down vote accepted

A non-answer located here:

Preserving original button id when using YUI 2 Button

You can try using jQuery instead of YUI? ;)

was downvoted That's where the rep was lost. The answer was deleted by a mod in response to a flag as it isn't an answer.

Or, at least it wasn't an answer as soon as comments were rolled into the system...

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Oh ok - so why doesn't it show up in my reputation history? –  jbyrd Oct 3 '11 at 20:16
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@jbyrd - Because it's been deleted. If you do a reputation recalculation - on the \reputation page - you'll get the 2 points back. However, you will probably lose more due to other deleted posts where you were up-voted. –  ChrisF Oct 3 '11 at 20:42
    
Aha - didn't know about the \reputation page - thanks! In my case, I gained 6 points by triggering a recalc. –  jbyrd Oct 4 '11 at 0:17
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