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Even if I ideally can't do that due to low reputation (currently 426, but need 1000).

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After clicking I got a popup box with error message:

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If I remove my vote, I'm still able to try to get votes count.

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(there is actually finger-like cursor, its a tricks of gnome-screenshot)

As you can see, works on both answer and question.

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Looks to be like part of the new voting system; as I upvoted your question here, the number faded out, then back in, for an accurate vote count I'm assuming. So the problem occurs after any vote change. –  minitech Mar 17 '12 at 20:53
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@minitech There's live updates for votes now. The fading happens because you're (unnecessarily) getting notified of your own vote. –  lunboks Mar 17 '12 at 20:58
    
Definitely seems to be something a bit buggy. I tried up-voting your question and it immediately gave me the "error occurred" message. I reloaded the page and then it let me upvote. As minitech pointed out, it faded out the number and put the new one (at the time I did it, it was 5, then faded into 6). But when I clicked on the 6, the +/- details didn't reflect the change, showing +5/-0. I reloaded again, checked the details and it still showed +5/-0 (even though the "6" was still correct). –  Ben Lee Mar 17 '12 at 21:00
    
I can't repro this, but I'm not entirely sure that I understood the question... –  Cody Gray Mar 18 '12 at 7:50
    
@CodyGray instead of clickable number I should get number in plain text –  om-nom-nom Mar 18 '12 at 10:33
    
@CodyGray and I guess you can't reproduce that cause your repo is far far above 1000 points ;) –  om-nom-nom Mar 18 '12 at 10:45
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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Good catch - vote expansion will only be wired up if you have the correct amount of reputation.

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