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Reputation is limited to 200 points per day (except for things like awarded bounties and other exceptions), so once you get 40 votes in one day (20 for an answer) you hit your rep limit. More votes that day don't equal more points. With big questions like that they tend to get a lot of votes over a few days, so the asker will hit their rep limit several ...


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You can earn more than 200 points a day. The 200 rep cap is only the rep cap for upvotes, but does not include bounties, or accepted answer points. The bar serves as a reference for the rep cap, and is fairly useful in that role.


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Normally a rolling period is referred to as past 30 days or past 7 days and such. Past month would mean a calendar month. Regarding user expectation, a tooltip is currently displayed on mouse hover which shows the actual starting date. I am not saying it is good or bad but options are made available to user to see the actual time period (which is always a ...


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I'm a little confused, since you're talking about two different privileges. At 250 rep you are able to see close votes on your post that has close votes. But the button close to the right of the edit button is used for casting a close/reopen vote on your own post. At 1000 reps you can click the vote counter and see up votes and down votes on a post. At 3000 ...


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That means that a user who had voted on one of your posts has been removed from Stack Exchange, either by their own choice or more likely from violating the terms and conditions of site use. When this happens their voting totals are reversed. As any votes they have made were done while they were in violation of the terms and conditions of the site they ...


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It only takes 15 reputation to upvote posts across the site; you don't get it immediately because: The game mechanic is fun, and it's a basic privilege to earn It'd be crazy easy to abuse the system with fake accounts if there was no (or less) requirement to upvote your own posts The rep requirement to upvote is pretty small, you'll probably get it before ...


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No, comments doesn't have reputation. The answer given before is the correct answer. The only thing you “earn” from reputation is three badges: Tumbleweed - Asked a question with zero score, no answers, no comments, and low views for a week. Commentator - Leave 10 comments. Pundit - Leave 10 comments with score of 5 or more. In your case, you didn’t get 6 ...


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Comments don't give you reputation, no. All of your reputation points are accounted for from your standard posts and you can keep track of reputation changes from your profile Reputation tab.


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