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There are a number of bugs with the new reputation page. Since I haven't found any announcement post whereby we can post bugs, and since I've aggregated the bugs I've found here, I thought we could use use this post to track bugs with the new rep history page.

Other reported bugs:

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Please change the way page numbers (in reputation page) looks like in mobile view. It looks bad IMO.

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It looks better in desktop.

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Long titles break the layout

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    Good catch! We should have a fix shipped for this in the next day.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 23 at 23:45
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New maths was invented. The numbers don't add up.

Should be +8 and in green:

Should be +10:

Should be +18 and in green:

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    I've noticed this too. It's tough to track down because I'm unable to reproduce locally but I've seen it in production. I'm unsure if it's a newly-introduced front-end issue or a long-standing backend issue, but I'm investigating.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 23 at 23:58
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    @DanCormier it looks like it just makes the rep for that day red if a downvote occurred, and doesn't actually count the downvote. Could it be that simple?
    – user1136431
    Feb 24 at 15:07
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    @richardec pretty much! We were only using either the rep up, rep down, or 0 as the value instead of the computed rep change value. The color of the rep change is a separate issue where both green and red values would get applied in certain cases. Expect a fix soon!
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 24 at 17:32
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    Nice. Keep up the great work :)
    – user1136431
    Feb 24 at 17:35
  • @Dan will you please take a look at meta.stackexchange.com/q/377193/1136431?
    – user1136431
    Mar 16 at 17:54
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When the first event of multiple on a post is a negative, the day-total reputation is red, even if it's positive:

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(Hmm...that count isn't right either - it's not accounting for the downvote.)

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It seems like the when multiple events happen on the same post on the same day, all events appear as the same one.

For example, on this post, the answerer got 1 upvote, 1 accept, and 1 bounty worth 100 rep. However, their rep history reports that they got 3 bounties worth 100 rep (and only those):

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Or this post, which had 1 upvote, 1 accept, and 1 answer worth 50 rep:

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The "Time" and "Graph" views of rep history are completely messed up:

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Accepting your own answer does not show the reputation change (i.e. 0).

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    This issue appears to have been resolved in the broader Activity reputation item fix that went out mentioned here: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/376538/…
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 24 at 16:20
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    @DanCormier No, the issue is still not resolved. In the "time" view I still cannot see any number beside "accept"
    – Dharman
    Feb 24 at 19:01
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    you're correct. I intended to mark this as planned. Sorry for the confusion!
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 24 at 23:47
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    This should be resolved now. Let me know if it's still an issue!
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Mar 16 at 20:29
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The time is visible only today when in "post" view.

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    In the previous iteration of the view, the timestamp only displayed on today's posts (and on items in the "time" view) because post reputation changes are grouped by date.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 23 at 23:45
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Font sizes for day and individual posts are the same, but vertical whitespace is few pixels smaller for the individual post. This creates rather unpleasant visual experience and posts look cramped.

Either whitespace needs to be the same or the individual post needs smaller title font.

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The label for the upvote with 0 reputation gain (e.g. CW upvote) is misaligned.

...or they are all centered and just look really strange. Consider right-aligning them.

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    The label and number are right aligned overall to ensure it works for any reputation change that can occur.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 23 at 23:50
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    @Dan Why does the label need to be right aligned? Feb 24 at 17:26
  • The values of the rep change growing from left to right as numbers do seems more valuable than the condition of the rep change.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 24 at 17:51
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Reputation tab when sorting by time shows individual points exceeding total for day when new rep is yet unseen

It doesn't seem to be a calculation problem, rather a display problem.

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Above three new upvotes, but:

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That same answer is showing twice (two rows) with twice the total reputation (10+50 instead of 30).

Also I'm using the sort by time because of this, but that's unrelated.

Once the new is seen, it's correct:

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Since I've seen similar(?) status-completed reports, this is new as of March 6th.

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Since this post is specifically for the reputation tab, I'm reposting my answer from the new responsive post since it wasn't status-tagged there:


Fix the faint yellow coloring of the new reputation events when sorting by Post

Why are events sometimes highlighted in yellow?

This represents new events that you haven't seen yet regarding your reputation. They are only highlighted for that single view of the page. If you leave and return to your reputation history, they will no longer be highlighted. The total amount of the highlighted events should add up to the number in the bubble of the reputation tab itself (excluding any removed and reversal events). This bubble is meant to indicate the total amount your reputation has changed since you last checked the reputation tab. It will not appear until you've visited the tab at least once.

How do I read the history of my reputation?

The yellow highlighting only works when sorting by Time, and not also by Post as it used to:

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Titles with MathJax are not wrapped correctly

Similar bugs have been reported for several other pages:


As a bonus, the above screenshot also shows that a long title starts on the next line and is incorrectly aligned, as reported here: In the "Reputation" tab of my "Activity" page, a long post title starts on a completely new line with improper alignment.

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There's a useless tooltip that is not present on aggregate events.

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  • If this tooltip was by-design, consider removing it and putting a legend at the bottom of the page. The tooltip doesn't convey any extra information and is just the longer representation of the label.
    – Dharman
    Feb 23 at 23:50
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    I'd agree with you if the text in the system tooltip matched the text in the UI completely (in this case, if it just said "upvote"), but for many users I can see this helping provide a little more context and detail, particularly with users new to this view.
    – Dan Cormier Staff
    Feb 23 at 23:54

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