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Except Meta Stack Exchange, if I'm trying to un-upvote an old post which was not edited in the recent time, previously I used to receive the following warning message in all the Stack Exchange sites.

Screenshot taken from Meta Stack Exchange:

Meta Stack Exchange

In plain text:

You last voted on this question {date} at {time}. Your vote is now locked in unless this question is edited.

The warning message is not displaying in all the other Stack Exchange sites. When I'm un-upvote it looks like the vote count was reversed and no warning message, but after refresh the page, the old vote count is retained.


Configuration

I can repro this issue from Google Chrome Version 74.0.3729.131 and Mozilla Firefox 66.0.3 (64-bit) in WIndows 10 Pro without any userscript installed.

Receiving the following console error:

In Google Chrome:

Uncaught Svg icon getters must be initialized before an icon can be retrieved

In Mozilla Firefox:

uncaught exception: Svg icon getters must be initialized before an icon can be retrieved

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    Your scenario isn't entirely clear. At what point do you upvote the question? After you've upvoted it, why wouldn't the question then appear as edited and allow you to un-upvote it? (At some point, edits with the 5-minute grace period will become actual and give an edited status.) Also, are you saying that you click on the voting button but the vote change is ignored and you are not presented with any message? – Jason Bassford Supports Monica May 2 at 5:30
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    I repro this on Stack Overflow. I can remove my vote from an old post, where I last voted a very long time ago. There is no warning message displayed, and the vote appears to be successfully removed. – Cody Gray May 2 at 5:39
  • @CodyGray After your refresh the page, the previous voting count will retain. Seems it looks like the voting is reversed but not. – Arulkumar May 2 at 5:40
  • Ah, then this is almost certainly related to the re-emergence of JavaScript breakage (also reported here on MSE earlier). – Cody Gray May 2 at 5:41
  • @JasonBassford Please try to un-upvote any post from your voting list, usally when un-upvote the old post it throwing the warning message. – Arulkumar May 2 at 5:44
  • @CodyGray So, you're saying that you can change your vote on a question that has not been edited? – Jason Bassford Supports Monica May 2 at 6:29
  • Yes, that's correct, @Jason. – Cody Gray May 2 at 6:30
  • @CodyGray Ah, thank you. That makes this description much clearer. (The mention of the five-minute voting period and lack of message—but without explaining the actual result—hadn't made the problem at all clear.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica May 2 at 6:30
  • @Arulkumar I would recommend editing your question to make it clear that the bug is that you can change votes on posts that have not been edited. (The five-minute grace period seems to have no bearing on this, and you hadn't made it clear that your vote actually was changed.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica May 2 at 6:32
  • Unclear what you ask. You say "not showing any message" but then you post a message. No idea what you mean, whatever the bug is, it is not reported correctly. – Shadow The Princess Wizard May 2 at 7:05
  • @ShadowWizard I have mentioned as Except Meta Stack Exchange the issue occurs. Screenshot taken from Meta Stack Exchange and the same message is not displaying from other Stack Exchange sites. Please read the question again. – Arulkumar May 2 at 7:21
  • I see now. No repro for me (Chrome 74, no userscripts), so it's either browser specific, or something on your end, e.g. userscript messing with the JS. (since others can repro, likely some popular script e.g. SOUP) – Shadow The Princess Wizard May 2 at 7:41
  • @ShadowWizard I can repro from Chrome Version 74.0.3729.131 and Firefox 66.0.3 (64-bit) in WIndows 10 Pro without user script installed – Arulkumar May 2 at 7:44
  • Any client side errors in dev console? (When you try to undo the vote) – Shadow The Princess Wizard May 2 at 7:45
  • @ShadowWizard There is a console error, updated in the post. – Arulkumar May 2 at 7:48

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