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While browsing StackOverflow on my phone the other day I noticed that when I went to my reputation page it was showing downvotes on questions that do not cost any reputation.

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I was confused by this since I didn't lose any rep (as they were questions) so I checked the desktop version and it does not show the same items under reputation:

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Is this the intended behavior? Is the mobile version supposed to display downvotes that did not result in a reputation change? Is this going to be added to the non-mobile version as well?

If it is the intended behavior, please tell me that it is only available for the individual user to see and it is not shown to others.

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It's interesting too that on the mobile version these are labeled "downvote" while down-votes of your posts from other people that do cost rep are shown as "downvoted." On the desktop version the latter are called "downvote" and the former do not appear. – Aaron Bertrand Sep 17 '12 at 15:15
Sounds like a bug, downvoting questions shouldn't show in rep history since it doesn't affect rep – Ben Brocka Sep 17 '12 at 18:41
@BenBrocka It seemed like a bug to me considering you don't see the same display on the non-mobile version. – bluefeet Sep 17 '12 at 18:54
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Mobile should now have the same filter of "don't show 0 change private events" that the main site does, apologies for overlooking this on the mobile views.

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Thanks for fixing this, it bugged me that I could see that. – bluefeet Nov 14 '12 at 17:13

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