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I was voting two comments, and when I was voting the second one, the arrow to vote it vanished.

  • I voted the first comment
  • I voted the second comment, but I did it too fast
  • I clicked on the dialog box saying I have to vote a comment every 5 seconds
  • I tried again to vote, but I forgot the counter has been reset; the dialog box still reminds me of the 5 seconds limit
  • I tried once again, but 5 seconds were not passed
  • I don't see any more the number of votes the comment already received, and the arrow is replaced with a link

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I also tried with the first comment on this very question: I clicked the arrow to vote it, and without to wait 5 seconds, I clicked the arrow again. The result is the following one:

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If I click on the "upvote" link, what I get is the following:

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The votes, including mine, were two; where is now the other vote?

What happened?
If this makes any difference, I am using Safari 5.1.1 on Mac OS X 10.7.2.

When I look at the Safari's "Activity" window, I notice the following events:

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Repro with FF7 (partly): Upvoting a comment and immediately clicking the (now bold) arrow again makes it disappear. –  Time Traveling Bobby Oct 27 '11 at 12:15
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I've had this and similar errors a number of times in the past few days. FF8 beta. –  agf Oct 27 '11 at 12:30
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Repro with Chrome as well. –  JNK Oct 27 '11 at 12:50
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Posting a comment to work towards my Pundit badge. Feel free to experiment with this bug using the arrow to the left. –  Kevin Vermeer Oct 27 '11 at 13:56
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Should I tag this question as bug? –  kiamlaluno Oct 27 '11 at 18:25
    
@kiamlaluno - I think you should. This is definitely a reproducible problem on the site that you [I] believe is due to a mistake, malfunction, or programming error. I went ahead and edited it, roll back if you don't want it. Also, make sure to use [meta-tag:bug] instead of [tag:bug] when you're referring to tags on MSO, they point to the Stackoverflow tag otherwise. –  Kevin Vermeer Oct 27 '11 at 23:06

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

I couldn't reproduce everything you and Kevin describe, but some of it. Should be all fixed in the next build.

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You stopped too early! The fun hasn't stopped yet!!

There are actually 5 steps in the process:

  1. Initial state with darkened arrow and previous number (if any) on hover

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  2. The standard number + darkened arrow after clicking "upvote".

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  3. Click the darkened arrow again (I did this all with one post, you had more comments involved). Did you get the "You may only submit a comment vote every 5 seconds" notification?

    • Yes, you get the number + upvote link

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    • No, GOTO 6

  4. Click the upvote link for removed numbers and a darkened arrow where the numbers used to be

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  5. Click the darkened arrow for an upvote link and still no numbers

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  6. Click the upvote link for a darkened arrow and still no numbers. GOTO 5

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