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How does the bounty system work?

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I offered a bounty to help encourage more responses, but when none were forthcoming, I took the time to research the issue myself and ended up providing a solution. The original poster accepted my answer, and no other suitable answers have been provided, thereby (seemingly) entitling me to the bounty, but I don't see an option to claim it. What am I missing?

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Can I award a bounty to my own answer?

No. This used to be possible, but it has been disabled. The user would not get the reputation back, and the bounty will be displayed as +0, “this answer has been awarded bounty worth 0 reputation”.

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