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This is a (existing) feature (modification) request.

Please set hourly limits for comments upvoting instead of the current 30 votes/12hrs. Many of us SOer's derive happiness from distributing karma.

Please don't take this away from us.

This is a feature request. I posted a similar question today asking about the 5-second-comment-upvote-vanishing-act.

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-1 For "Until recently there used to be a 5 second limit between two comment upvotes.". Please don't bring that back! – Martin Smith Oct 2 '10 at 16:53
@user[145673] (Martin Smith) removed that. Should I just remove this question and let them treat the linked question as a feature request? – abel Oct 2 '10 at 16:56
(See How do comment replies work?) – Arjan Oct 2 '10 at 17:21
I cannot edit that. I didn't know that @username triggers notifications.thanks! I thought any new comment in a post where they commented or posted earlier should trigger a notification. regarding my using the @user[id] format, I read a question regarding usage of @ and since user ids and post ids are unique we should be able to @user[id] @post[id] to autolink to them. can't find the article where i commented though. it's like using before it is actually usable. consider it to be a feature request. – abel Oct 2 '10 at 18:05

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