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Perhaps the circumstances are too specific for this to be a problem but I just noticed that you can tell how the last person to modify a post* voted if:
- They did not ask, answer, or edit the question or answers AND
- They are the first person to vote OR
- All votes are the same
Granted, you have to either have the privilege to see vote counts or be the person whose post was voted on to be sure of one of the last two but is this something that should be visible at all? Should a user who has just be down voted be able to look up their post in a list sorted by activity and get the user name who did it?
*To be clear, I'm not talking about just your own posts, though that would likely cause the most trouble. I noticed it here: How can I delete a Stack Exchange account of mine?
At the time I posted this question, it was modified by a user who had not edited the question or the answers, left an answer, or even left a comment. This means, unless there's another way to modify a post, that they voted on it. Since all of the votes on the question were up votes, it means they voted it up.
In this instance it was positive but should I be able to figure that out at all?