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Vote ordering of accepted answers has changed: Accepted below top voted

I’ve just noticed an answer where a non-accepted answer sorting higher than the accepted one:

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I didn’t think that could ever happen. Is this a new bug related to a fresh build going live within the last 24 hours, like this and this may also be? There are too many strange things (read: new bugs) going on today not to wonder whether there’s some common cause of these.

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marked as duplicate by Rory, animuson, Daniel DiPaolo, tchrist, Matt Sep 5 '12 at 18:41

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Answers posted and accepted by the OP themselves do not qualify to be auto-bumped to the top of the answers and instead get sorted as normal.

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Thanks. This is the right answer. – tchrist Sep 5 '12 at 18:25

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