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As per subject, I think you should be able to see received upvotes even if they grant no rep change.

As you can see in this (double) screenshot, there are 3 answers with upvote after the last one recorded in recent activity

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Were those answers to a CW question -… – ChrisF Apr 22 '10 at 21:50
I don't see you hitting the rep cap on that screenshot. – perbert Apr 22 '10 at 21:51
@ChrisF no they weren't – Matteo Riva Apr 22 '10 at 22:36
@voyager well if I wasn't capped that'd be even more strange – Matteo Riva Apr 22 '10 at 22:38

The "summary" tab only shows the "Top 5 Posts" (see the caption in your screen shot). I'm not really sure by what measure these items are ordered, but the posts you are missing don't seem to have made it into the top five.

To see all posts switch to the "reputation" tab.

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It just seem to ignore zero-rep activities, as when I had an answer accepted (which is immune from the cap) it appeared in that list. I think that it should just show all recent activity, regardless of an entry giving rep or not. Seems weird that if I want to see zero-rep activity I need to go on the reputation tab. – Matteo Riva Apr 23 '10 at 9:54
@kemp: On the summary page always only five items are shown. If you want to see more you have to go to the other tab, no matter if those other items gave rep or not. But it is unintuitive that the summary page doesn't show you all information and you have to switch tabs. It can often be a source for confusion. – sth Apr 23 '10 at 19:42

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