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I hit the rep cap today, and then downvoted a question. Somebody upvoted one of my answers, so I was back at the cap again. Then I removed my downvote - I'm still left with that +1 I got in the meantime. I triggered a recalc, but it didn't change. Something there doesn't seem right to me.

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Edit: My total rep seems to have just gone down by one, but the reputation page and the summary I get by clicking my name at the top bar are still showing this extra one.

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Was the downvote cast this UTC day? – Mysticial Feb 1 '13 at 23:16
Yes. When it was showing, it was a red -1 right below the green +1. – Carl Norum Feb 1 '13 at 23:33

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