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Clicking on the "Top <x>% this <period>" link on my SO profile takes me to the relevant page of the User Reputation League for <period>. However, if I subsequently change to a different period (say week to month), or even just search for myself on the same page, I get:

No users found matching "verdesmarald". Try changing your search above.

Why can't I find myself?

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I can find you… Next time spell your name right :P verdesmarald doesn't exist. i.stack.imgur.com/Vql6g.png –  slhck Sep 17 '12 at 5:51
    
Wow how embarrassing, it's actually spelt wrong on my profile not in the question, I just never noticed! >< –  verdesmarald Sep 17 '12 at 5:56
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If your attention to detail doesn't even extent to the spelling of your name, computers might not be the right career for you. –  sbi Sep 17 '12 at 6:00
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@sbi I am up-voting your comment on the assumption you misspelled "extend" on purpose. :) –  verdesmarald Sep 17 '12 at 6:12
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@verdesmarald: No, I didn't! I'm a bloody nonnative, and simply failed. :( So I again proved that old saying about grammar nazis, and offered an incredible opportunity for you to give me great reply! –  sbi Sep 17 '12 at 6:43

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It is because of your spelling mistake!
Instead of veredesmarald you tried verdesmarald.

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