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I just got -1 reputation in Stack Overflow but in the activity summary I can't see why that happened.

I downvoted an answer that has been deleted, that's all it comes to my mind that can be related to that issue, but still there is no information in the activity...

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

Deleted posts does not appear in the activity list. if you want that 1 rep back, recalc your rep at

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I did that, and at the very end it says: ** total rep 423 :). Thanks. What's the reason you get -1 for downvoting a post that later is deleted? – Nobita Jun 12 '11 at 8:24
@Nobita, downvotes on answers are always -1 for downvoter. deletion of post is another case. – YOU Jun 12 '11 at 8:29

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