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Today at around 14:00 an answer from me was accepted and my reputation showed 745.

4 hours later I checked again and my rep was back at 730. I checked my reputation overview but there was nothing like -15 today.

It gets better, I added the values from my reputation overview and the result is 735 (+1 from the start would be a rep of 736).

Could it be that an answer has been unaccepted and this is not reflected in the reputation overview? What is now correct?

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Reputation is a wave on the river Stax, you never know when it dries or when it overflows. Just pay the ferryman a dime and enjoy the ride, you be surprised where it takes you. –  Toon Krijthe Apr 19 '11 at 20:23
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What does stackoverflow.com/reputation say? –  Time Traveling Bobby Apr 19 '11 at 20:28
    
@Bobby stackoverflow.com/reputation says 736. I triggered now a recalc there. –  stema Apr 19 '11 at 20:33
    
"The river Stax" Hahaha! ha! ha... –  Gabe Apr 19 '11 at 20:37
    
It probably is an unaccept, but note that a global recalc is in progress, so people will be seeing rep changes from that too –  Michael Mrozek Apr 19 '11 at 20:38
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Yes, an "unaccept" of an answer will drop your current rep by -15 but will not show in your overview. That is because there is nothing that happened today that subtracted -15 from your rep, instead something that added +15 to your rep disappeared.

The same effect could be seen with votes that are changed.

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OK, I understand the system that +15 from another day disappeared, but it would be interesting to know which answer was unaccepted. –  stema Apr 19 '11 at 20:37
    
@stema - I would be interesting, but unfortunately the powers that be have decided that it is not to be. –  Oded Apr 19 '11 at 20:51
    
I saw a -15 in my reputation overview from an unaccepted formerly-accepted answer a few days ago. I looked to see and it's the only thing it could have been. The unaccept happened more than a day after the accept, which may have played into it. –  justkt Apr 20 '11 at 15:39
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The first case means that an accepted answer was unaccepted.

If you want to see what your rep should be (minus stuff that was deleted) then
go to your reputation summary.

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