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Is there a way to quickly see the questions and answers I've voted on?
There is no overview of recently cast downvotes any more

Wondering if I missed this somewhere, but if I vote up a question or vote down a question I see the stats of up votes and down votes in my profile. But is there any way to see the actual topics that I voted up or down?

For instance, recently I read a topic on stackoverflow about windows authentication problems and I upvoted it yesterday but I forgot to save / favorite the link. I can't even remember how I found it, I eventually worked the google magic.

But I'd like to be able to easily go back to a topic I upvoted and see can I do that?

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marked as duplicate by Andy E, Daniel DiPaolo, Grace Note, Cody Gray, Pops Jun 2 '11 at 14:16

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