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Gained bounty privilege without sufficient reputation?

I know that 20 Reputation is required for chat room conversion. This information I found on the privilege page as below,

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However I got this notification of chat privilege as follow, while i have 15 reputation at present.

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I was surprised to see the notification, so I went to a chat room, where system didn't allow me for chat.

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marked as duplicate by Michael Mrozek, John, Cody Gray, Manishearth, kiamlaluno Jun 30 '12 at 23:55

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You had 30 reputation for a period of one second (sufficient enough to trigger the notification), but then your answer was unaccepted. – Tim Stone May 26 '12 at 3:00
    
but i can't see that reputation part, even after ticking "show removed posts" @TimStone – Champion May 26 '12 at 3:02
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As Tim Stone explained with the timeline link, I found my answer: It wasn't a bug, it was my misunderstanding.

This image explains very clearly that a user first accepted my answer ( Action 1 ) and just moments later unaccepted my answer ( Action 2 ). Meanwhile the notification was triggered.

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However the time between actions ( accepted & unaccepted ) was so minor that it is not showing in my reputation tab, even after I checked "show removed posts". This was the only reason I got confused about the chat notification.

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Yes, but I guess revoke period is very less sometime, that's why it is not in the picture, how ever it should be there @MrLister – Champion May 26 '12 at 9:07

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