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If I'm not mistaken, SO is the only site that lets you click on the vote total and view the separate up/down score. It makes a huge difference whether an answer is +51/-1, or +86/-36.

I'd love to have this feature on other sites. Is there a reason it's disabled/not implemented?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

You have to have 1,000 reputation points on a given site to use this feature. It should be available on all the sites, though.

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Confirmed. The split vote counts have been implemented on every site, provided you have the necessary rep. – Robert Cartaino Sep 18 '10 at 6:14
That's an odd requirement. Oh well, now I know. Also, the code @Simon posted unfortunately no longer works. (Tested in FF, Opera) – that one guy Sep 18 '10 at 17:19

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