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Is it just me, or is the reputation tab on the recent activity page just not showing negative reputation changes? I clearly have received a number of "not a good example" votes, and my reputation is changing correctly to reflect them. However I can't seem to find them anywhere until I go back to the actual proposal page.

Additionally, don't these votes also deserve a column in your profile page as well (next to the on-topic and off-topic votes)?

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This was fixed recently. Negative reputation from "not a good example" votes show up in the reputation tab on your recent activity page now.

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Wonderful. Thanks! – lc. Jul 22 '10 at 7:21

Check it at

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+1 This is a good workaround for now and it at least shows question ID numbers so I can track these down. Thanks. (Doesn't solve the actual problem, though.) – lc. Jun 17 '10 at 8:45

Check the reputation tab on your profile. You should see the negative votes there and the questions are links to the actual questions on the proposal.

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Ok this works too. I still think the recent activity page should show the whole picture though. – lc. Jun 18 '10 at 2:16

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