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What does that mean?

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marked as duplicate by Ether, fretje, Troggy, perbert, juan Dec 20 '09 at 22:35

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I wouldn't worry about it. More interesting things are possible when you reach 2000. – pavium Dec 20 '09 at 11:01
I'm just trying to figure out what I get at 100k - I suspect "OCD". – Marc Gravell Dec 20 '09 at 14:07
Thanks, I was confused by the exact same thing! And I don't think the "possible duplicates" at the top are actually duplicates. – user133653 Mar 2 '10 at 1:05
It's a thingadongdong – juan Mar 31 '10 at 0:47

Instead of the total you can see the number of upvotes and the number of downvotes when you click on the total, 27 upvotes and 1 downvote in this example:

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If the page is refreshed then the original state is restored.

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Oh! I thought that thing was a bug! – Mark Henderson Dec 20 '09 at 20:58
+1, After 10 months, I accidentally found this :) – Canavar Dec 20 '09 at 21:03
What do you mean accidentally? haven't you read all other questions already?… – juan Dec 20 '09 at 22:37
@Juan Manuel : Yes Juan, I didn't read, and I can't read all other questions. As you linked, it's a really hidden feature. – Canavar Dec 21 '09 at 7:34
WOW , I didn't realize I had to click on it – Christina Brooks Dec 21 '09 at 12:16

A post can have score of 837, for example.

When you reach 1000 rep, you can click on the post score number, and it will expand to show that the score of 837 consists of +862 upvotes, and -25 downvotes.

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It's awesome.

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Could you guys be more precise, who I have to downvote for this lame image? – Ladybug Killer Dec 20 '09 at 22:15

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