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What privileges are given to a 1000 reputation member of Stack Overflow?

The FAQ states that "Show total up and down vote counts" becomes available when you pass 1000 reputation, but I didn't see any change when I crossed the 1000 reputation mark. Can anybody tell me what changes occurred for me?

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marked as duplicate by Troggy Sep 7 '10 at 6:25

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Somebody else apparently asked this same question a half hour later; there's also a good answer there – Michael Mrozek Sep 7 '10 at 7:19
up vote 2 down vote accepted

It means that when you click the number relating the number of votes that a question or answer has received you will get to see a breakdown.

So if the total is 2 up votes when you click it - you may see that it has actually had 3 up votes and 1 down vote.

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