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I first noticed it at Superuser and checked at Stackoverflow after that. If you go to your profile, open the reputation tab and collapse an upvote into several lines, the Alt-text for the new upvotes is "answer was upvoted 0 times".

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

There was a glitch in the event count on this specific path where it was being yield returned before it had a chance to set. In the next build you'll see the correct "answer was upvoted" for single votes and "answer was upvoted N times" for multiple.

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