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Toggling between net votes and plus/minus votes

Finally after I reach 1000 rep (yeah, puny, I know), I rushed to one post and clicked on the vote. To my ecstasy, the vote count showed up!

However, I find that despite being very useful, the vote count's color is a bit distracting. So I clicked it again...

What!? Not closed?

I click it again. No prevail.

Is it possible that we could have another way to close the vote count other than refreshing the page (assume that you are using a 56K modem and every bit counts)?

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marked as duplicate by Tim Stone, Robert Cartaino Jul 11 '11 at 23:23

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You can just re-vote. Whether it goes through or not (if your vote is locked in), the votes will collapse again.

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Okay, that's kind of a solution to this. THX! – Ziyao Wei Jul 11 '11 at 20:45
+1, I didn't know this worked even for locked-in votes. – Pops Jul 11 '11 at 20:54

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