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Please show us when we lose an accepted answer

Why doesn't the reputation graph show the rep lost when someone removes the accepted answer to a question I've previously answered? Where else can I find this information?

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marked as duplicate by random, ChrisF, Ólafur Waage, Ladybug Killer, Marc Gravell Nov 23 '09 at 13:31

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

IMHO, this isn't a dupe because this is a support question how this can be done (turns out it can't), rather than a feature request from someone who knows they can't and wants the feature added. – ベレアー アダム Nov 23 '09 at 13:43
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As of 2011-09-22 you can see in your reputation report if an answer was unaccepted.

Original answer below the line.

You can't. There isn't any feasible way.

You'd have to simply notice the absence of rep where you had it before, either on the reputation graph or on the recent rep page.

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