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I see my mistake now (see original question below). I was thinking pundit was for answers not comments.

I've a follow up question: how I can see the upvotes on my comments. Any ideas?


See screen shot, I got the Pundit badge but I've only 8 with 5 or more. Not that I'm complaining, just honest. alt text

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You're talking about questions in title and 1st paragraph, but you're circling answers (and yes, pundit is for comments, not answers nor questions) – BalusC Dec 17 '10 at 21:34
    
@Balus : Clearly I need a weekend at this point on a friday. – Hogan Dec 17 '10 at 21:35
up vote 10 down vote accepted

Pundit is for comments, not answers.

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Addressing your follow-up question, there are at least two SEDE queries that come to mind:

  • This one will give you a quick overview of your comment score distribution.
  • This one will show your latest 500 comments sorted chronologically, along with their score.
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Thanks of course SEDE is old, but that works. Hard to pick a correct answer when there are two; hope you understand Jim was first. – Hogan Dec 17 '10 at 21:25
    
Is there a way to get the scores and links to the comments? I am wondering if there is something like the second variant, but not chronological order. I would like to have score order without downloading the csv file. I guess this line should be changed in the query: order by CreationDate DESC to order by Votes DESC or so, but I am not sure if there is already a ready-made query url for this like the one above. – lpapp Jan 1 '14 at 2:03

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