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How does accept rate work?

Why is this visible for some, but not all, S.O. users? I know what's its for, just curious as to why some users have it and others don't.

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It appears below the people who have asked questions. If it doesn't display, I'm guessing they haven't asked any! :)

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I think that these are the only scenarios when you can see the accept rate (correct me, as I know I'm missing something):

  1. The user is the person who asked the question you're browsing.
  2. The user has asked at least one question, which is at least 2-3 days old.
  3. They have a registered account (guests show up as just a gray username).
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