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If I vote up a post, the vote score will increase from 0 to 1. But then I might change my mind or repent my actions and wish to take back that vote.

If I vote it down, the score will be minus instead of zero.

How do I undo my vote so that the score will come back down to zero instead of showing the minus 1?

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Click the vote again to undo. This will take you back to what it was before you voted.

However, there is a time limit if you don't do it quick enough.

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how? I tried with this ans. When I arrived it has 4 votes. I vote up and changed to 5. I quickly vote down and changed to 3 (as if I were votting down originally). What I want is left it in 4. – Juanjo Conti Nov 22 '09 at 17:39
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To undo your vote, click the same vote button again. In other words, if you upvoted and didn't mean to, click the upvote button a second time. If you downvoted and didn't mean to, click the downvote button a second time. – John Rudy Nov 22 '09 at 19:22

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