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In http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/1404/identifying-a-dis-accepted-answer/2936#2936 Hendrik mentions that the feature showing which answer was disaccepted is now available.

However the introduction of such feature caused a misrepresntation of reputation:

Reputation mis-calc

I had Wolfram|Alpha agree with me that the reputation is actually 212 and not 197 as shown in the picture. The reputation page here (which you may not have access to...) log is:

 2     65706 (10)
 1     65791 (15)
 2     66013 (10)
 2     65791 (10)
 2     66013 (10)
 2     65791 (10)
 2     66013 (10)
 2     66013 (10)
 2     66080 (10)
 2     66080 (10)
 2     66080 (10)
 1     66013 (15)
 2     66013 (10)
 2     66080 (10)
 2     66080 (10)
 2     40939 (10)
 1     65616 (2)
 2     66080 (10)
 2     40939 (10)
 2     66150 (10)
 2     66150 (10)
-- 2011-09-20 rep +212  = 13625  

The question from which the dis-accepted answer came from was posted on that same day, so it cannot be that I lost reputation that I gained at any earlier day by that action.

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    $\begingroup$ No one has access to that page but you, pretty much. However, you might consider just posting the snippet for that day in the text here. $\endgroup$ – Grace Note Sep 22 '11 at 11:51
  • $\begingroup$ @Grace: Is my testimony not enough as a report on its own accord? $\endgroup$ – Asaf Karagila Sep 22 '11 at 11:54
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    $\begingroup$ Oh, I trust it, but extra data is always nice, is all. It's fine if you think it's too much extra work. Took me a while to notice that the issue is that the initial +15 for acceptance isn't displayed, though. $\endgroup$ – Grace Note Sep 22 '11 at 11:56
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This was a display bug in which an accept/unaccept in quick succession showed as a "unaccept" in the reputation tab...when in reality this cancelled out for the day. This has since been fixed, you'll see that the -15 is no longer there.

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