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This has happened to me twice recently. One was serial downvoting here on MSO by a... certain user glares... and the other was serial upvoting on SO. When they get reversed, it lists out a ton of "undownvote" or "unupvote" events in my history, like I don't already have enough entries from all the "downvote" or "upvote" events. When the serial vote checker runs, could it not group all of these events into a single, expandable event?

Let's replace this ugly screen:

Before

With this somewhat nicer looking screen:

After

It will also give users a somewhat better idea of why all these upvotes/downvotes were reversed.

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We're looking at this and should have an answer tomorrow –  Geoff Dalgas Feb 27 '12 at 23:43

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

Since they're not going to answer, here's what the new way looks like:

Voting fraud reversed

Nice and simple text history item. :) Thanks guys!

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Ah yes, sorry I forgot to put an answer here...got distracted. Indeed we took your suggestion and now roll these up :) –  Nick Craver Feb 28 '12 at 21:03
    
@Nick: Have you looked at my other problem which may be connected to the voting fraud system? –  animuson Feb 28 '12 at 21:08
    
It's on my list...quite a few rep things still on the table and questions that need followup, you can see me littering the active tab with this now. It'll take a few days to get everything addressed. –  Nick Craver Feb 28 '12 at 21:12

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