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Show Total Votes (or Up/Down Votes)

I know, I know. This is a question for meta.meta.stackoverflow.com but common :)

I like being able to see how many up-votes / down-votes a question has by clicking between the arrows like you can on SO and other little things like that. I don't know how much work is involved though in keeping each site caught up to the others features.

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marked as duplicate by random, perbert, Jeff Atwood Jan 29 '10 at 6:00

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its a dupe, you need 1000 rep – waffles Jan 29 '10 at 5:11
    
Meta is usually the first place the features are released on. – random Jan 29 '10 at 5:24
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That particular feature only works if your reputation is high enough (though I don't know what the limit is). Your rep on SO is probably much higher than on meta - I have the same problem.

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This is linked to reputation. You need a 1000 reputation points to be able to see it.

You can see the reputation table on the FAQ here

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I guess you're not clicking hard enough. It works for me.

See?

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