In the Android app, the notification that is displayed when you up-vote two answers too quickly has a grammar error. There does not appear to be a space between the 1 and seconds. This message was displayed when I did the following:

  1. On a question with more than one answer (probably easiest on a question with multiple short answers)
  2. Up-vote two different answers very quickly (probably within a second of each other)
  3. Notification appears if you voted twice too quickly

Also, and this just might be my personal opinion, I think it should be worded a little better. Instead of You perform this action for another 1 seconds, I think it would make more sense if it read You can't perform this action for another 1 second or You cannot perform this action for another 1 second. The way it is currently worded makes it sound like your are doing something for another second but really, you can't do something for another second.

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I'm on version 1.0.3

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    The missing space is bug for sure, as for wording most likely a bug too. (Bug in wording) Jan 30, 2014 at 14:45
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    It's not a wording bug; it's a threat. "You go on like this for another ████ing second, I'm going to █████ your █████ face!"
    – Pekka
    Jan 30, 2014 at 14:51
  • @ShadowWizard thank you for clarifying that.
    – Brian
    Jan 30, 2014 at 14:52
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    Oh, and not to forget the "1 seconds" - with Jeff and his giant S gone we can safely ask to make it "1 second". ;) Jan 30, 2014 at 14:57

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A fix for this went out in the most recent API deploy.

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