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I googled a question on Vim, followed a link to SuperUser, and got the "Welcome back, consider upvoting" message on a question that I had already upvoted.

Is it possible to disable this message for question that the particular user has upvoted?

If not, how about disabling the popup for SO/SE users that have a good voting history? (Maybe having received "Civic Duty" on multiple sites?)

In any case, I'm tagging this 'bug', because I was asked to do something that I could not possibly do, which is never the desired behavior.

Here is the question.

Edit: For the record, I had also upvoted an answer to this question.

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I wonder if this also appears if you come back to your own question, even if it doesn't have any answers or comments? – Andrew Grimm Oct 7 '11 at 0:38
That would be tough to test. Ask a question that is ignored for several days, then return to the question directly ... – Eric Wilson Oct 7 '11 at 12:34
upvote it again, man!!! – Jeff Atwood Dec 29 '11 at 9:29
up vote 7 down vote accepted

You will no longer see a message when you've voted on a question or any of its answers.

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I vote on almost everything I see, but the banner still annoys me almost every day. – Luc Mar 3 '13 at 16:26

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