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The new reputation tab for users allows you to see the break-down of scores you've got for a question (which I think is a very nice feature, btw, particularly for new users).

However, it seems to be missing an explanation of what has happened when the user has gained +2 from a confirmed edit.

For example:

user reputation page showing the explaination for an upvote +10, but an empty gap where the explaination for a edit +2 should be.

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

This has now been fixed:

user reputation page correctly showing the description of an approved edit

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