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I have six upvotes for the one question with no intervening history. They have been summarised into two groups - one with 4 events and one with 2 events. However, when you expand either, both show all 6 events. Minor I know, just letting you know.

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There was a similar bug reported a few days ago, but the post wasn't separated in two. – animuson Jul 9 '12 at 5:56
    
Can you reproduce it now? This was reported several times, it is because of the asynchronous loading of the content...at least in 99% of the time. – Time Traveling Bobby Jul 9 '12 at 11:37
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Right now there is only one group item covering all 6 so it no longer presents in the same way. – Michael Jul 9 '12 at 12:36
    
Yeah. After you expand a highlighted group of new votes on a certain post, when you reload the page, the new group merges with the older group. – Daniel Jul 9 '12 at 15:37
    
I've had this before, it always disappeared on a refresh? – Rory Aug 8 '12 at 20:48
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This still has not been fixed and @Rory it does not go away with a refresh/cache clear for me. – Austin Henley Jan 8 '13 at 21:35
    
It also happens when there are seperate events which aren't normally included in the sub-list like removals... meta.stackexchange.com/questions/193405/… – Basic Aug 15 '13 at 18:05
    
For what it's worth, this is still occurring. – D.G. Jan 28 '15 at 9:51
    
Yeah, I still have this bug as of today, so I guess it's been around for years without a fix. – snailplane May 8 '15 at 14:05
    
One serious aspect of this issue is that if you switch between time/post mode, you get a timestamp in the URL, and at that point it doesn't matter if you refresh the page. – aioobe Jun 15 '15 at 15:39

I've confirmed/reproduced the issue behind this. It is as I said. When you have new and old events on the same post in your history (only tested for the same day as well), both of them will expand to show the full list of all events for the post, rather than being limited to the new and old events as they're split up.

New and old events combined

They must have made a change somewhere that caused this to start happening, because it didn't used to do this previously.

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I reproduced this in 2014, and again today. See my post below. – fredsbend Feb 4 at 21:27

The below is what I saw just a few minutes ago (And have seen similar on quite a few occasions in the past). A couple of minutes later it has merged into one drop down with a correct total rep count.

I see Sulfurized Demonbobby comment above about the asynchronous nature of the updates, which I can understand if it was a a short while (a few minutes ago), but think it is unreasonable to have inaccurate counts (5 + 5 + 5 is 15, not 10) some 25 mins after the event took place.

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February, 2016 and this bug is still scurrying about. It's not a big bug, but at least let us know if you're going to address it or not.


Here is the most recent reproduction:

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On that post, I received 3 upvotes and 9 downvotes. You can see that the blue brackets are the same events, not different events, and the red stars list what's new, but appear to be incorrectly added because all events for the day are listed below, instead of just the new ones.


I reproduced this recently as well. I made a different meta post, however, because I did not see this one first. The snapshot below is color coded to show where confusion might occur because of this. It did right itself about an hour later.

Messed up rep events

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Some people who vote on meta are just stupid. The question is tagged as a bug, and it obviously is, and there is no response by se staff for over a year. My post proves that it is still happening and bumps this to the front page so people can see it again. Why would you downvote? – fredsbend Feb 15 '14 at 1:08

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