I looked up a VBA editor problem -- and found it asked and answered accurately twice.
I upvoted the first question's answer, located the second question's answer, and went to upvote it, only to be told that I have to have 15 reputation points to upvote!
It appears that all record of my ever having HAD any reputation or privileges has disappeared. I tried recalculating it, but that produced no change.
I don't know how many reputation points I had -- not a lot, but some. I don't hang out on SO answering questions, but when I occasionally spot questions I can answer. And, of course, it let me upvote that first time.
If upvoting consumes reputation, I couldn't find any indication of this anywhere, nor record of having consumed reputation! If that's what's going on, it sure could use more visibility.
I'm the only SO reader at this IPv4 address (my home), and of course at this IPv6 address (though I doubt IPv6 is being used, sigh, but my router is capable).
I don't care overmuch, but it would have been nice to reward the author of the second answer and to alert readers to its validity.
I just noticed that the answer of the second answer is the same as the author of the first. If this triggered your filters, your filters are crazy. Two upvotes for two answers for the same author is not only reasonable, it's also something you're likely to not even notice.