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Defect in “vote too old to be changed” check

I upvoted an answer, then cancelled it. Then later on after it was augmented/improved I tried to upvote again and was told I could not.

This is a defect I think.

There are lots of similar questions here on Meta, but there are too many for me to determine if ths is a dupe - because this is a special case and it is unclear to me if it is desired behavior or not.

IMO this is brain dead.

marked as duplicate by Sampson, Ether, GEOCHET, Ladybug Killer, fretje Feb 1 '10 at 21:03

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  • "By Design" according to meta.stackexchange.com/questions/29171/… – Sampson Feb 1 '10 at 20:47
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    It's definitely a defect. The users' model of the system is completely different from how the system behaves, and it's not like this is a fundamental thing (or at least I wouldn't expect it to be), so it should be solved by changing the system's behaviour rather than telling users that they're wrong every time. It's a big failing on anticipating how the users will form their mental models of how rolling back votes works. – Welbog Feb 1 '10 at 20:49
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    Too many to determine if something is a dupe...? Did you see the many "[closed]" in the titles? (And may I ask if you even read one?) – Arjan Feb 1 '10 at 20:51
  • It's a duplicate many times over... Unfortunately, this has been discussed to death and every time the response is "status-wontfix". – Shog9 Feb 1 '10 at 20:54
  • You're supposed to be able to vote again if it got edited, so I'm not sure what augmented/improved means in this case. – Lance Roberts Feb 1 '10 at 21:11
  • "later on after it was augmented/improved" you can change your vote after a post is edited, so this doesn't sound correct to me. – Jeff Atwood Feb 1 '10 at 21:14
  • Hmm, Perhaps it was a comment that added more information and not the actual answer itself. I have to go back and check. And yes, I did read some of them. In that case perhaps this is as-designed. – tim Feb 2 '10 at 16:07

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