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Should I be able to cancel my up-vote on a comment?

Why was the ability to upvote/unupvote comments an unlimited number of times removed?

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marked as duplicate by Abe Miessler, yoozer8, Toon Krijthe, Pops, Martijn Pieters Oct 26 '12 at 19:59

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The pop-up that you get when you un-upvote a comment does explain this as well. – ben is uǝq backwards Oct 26 '12 at 18:00

It was not removed - it was never allowed. Once you un-upvote a comment, you can not upvote it agian.

This was explained when un-upvoting was first introduced.

The only reason a comment should be un-upvoted is to undo an accidental click of the upvote arrow. This tends to happen if a user is in a rush to flag a comment and misses by a bit (just a few pixels!).

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I've accidentally click on the UN-vote button before. :-) – Joshua Nozzi Oct 26 '12 at 19:31

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