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There's no change to the appearance of the up/down voting arrows on answers with the Android app at the moment. This means that whe you return to a question there's no way of seeing which answers you've already upvoted (or not)

For example, I have voted on one of these answers, can anyone tell me which one, or if it was up or down?

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(This is on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus running stock Android 4.3 in case this is something theme related, and I did pick up the latest Stack app update about an hour ago - this is present in both the latest version, and the one before it)

Update:

Have done some more testing on this, and it seems that vote indicators do change colour properly on questions (they change to a reddish-pink background) but not on answers.

When I vote on an answer using the app the background circle briefly flashes red/pink and then goes back to the normal unhighlighted background colour after a fraction of a second, this seems to suggest that this is a bug rather than deliberate behaviour. Have confirmed this on SuperUser and Android.se.

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    V 0.1.5 on the Galaxy Shows the difference by changing the arrow to red in color for the votes I did from the web site. – Joe W Aug 8 '13 at 17:51
  • Does it vary by which SE site you're on? (Not an app user so perhaps a silly question, but on the various SE sites there are different graphics for the voting buttons, so perhaps there are some that don't have the changed ones implemented?) – Joe Aug 8 '13 at 18:17
  • Question updated I can see this on both SE 2.0 sites and the original trilogy, but it does only seem to be happening on Answer votes, Question votes change colour as expected. – GAThrawn Aug 9 '13 at 7:39
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This was fixed in a previous update:

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Just to support GAThrawn's question and the comments raised, the behavior seems the same on:

  • Android.SE
  • StackOverflow
  • StackOverflow Meta
  • Cooking.SE

The screenshots are all questions / answers I have upvoted. This is on a Samsung Galaxy S4, using deodexed stock ROM (Android 4.2.2).

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    Thanks @geff and after I used you in my screenshot too! – GAThrawn Aug 9 '13 at 7:40

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