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Voting to close and adding your new answer to the more general master question is definitely good, but pasting the exact same answer below the duplicate question is unnecessary at the very least. It could even be considered abusive if someone repeatedly posts the same answer in multiple locations, because that might be a cheap way to harvest reputation with ...


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"Clear all filters" is just a display option. It has no persistent effect. If you click on any of the flag categories like spam flags or post flags > declined, you set a filter on what flags are displayed in the current view. This is reflected in the browser URL too, e.g. https://askubuntu.com/users/flag-summary/current?group=2&status=2 gives you all ...


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A few days ago you lost a sizeable chunk of rep due to a user being removed. See May 25th. When you lose reputation, due to downvotes or vote reversals of any sort, we don't show you reputation increases again until your reputation earnings have exceeded your reputation loss. This is because we show your net reputation change and we do not show negative ...


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You could click the link to view the question on the main site to examine the post more thoroughly. If it is really a spam post that hasn't been deleted yet, flag it as such. Or if it is not spam but otherwise bad but not fitting a close reason, downvote and/or flag accordingly. Maybe even leave a comment if you think the OP could fix the post or would ...


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Jacob's answer explains how to search among your posts, which is especially useful if you have many posts and a great tip for us all. However, I think in your particular case, you just don't know your way around the place yet and don't know where to find any of your posts in general. If you only have a few posts, or you want to look at the most recent post, ...


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Once you're sure it's an audit, anything would be fine.


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Your own votes should still be visible when you visit the actual election tab (third phase) on the election page. On the election results meta post you can find a link to this online election tool's results page. It provides a well visualized set of bar graphs that show you the standings after each stage, according to the used Meek's STV method. You can ...


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You are not going to lose reputation if a user that has accepted your answer is deleted (assuming they have only accepted your answer). After the user removal, the accept will be owned by the Community user. If you go to the Community's All actions page and select tab accepts, then you will see that Community has accepted some answers, although it hasn't ...


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Checking the percentage of votes each of candidates: Moderator election consists of multiple rounds. After the election ends you can download the data by either going to corresponding elections' result meta post or election page and clicking on the elections' summary you want to know. The excerpt which would provide the link would be like this: To know your ...


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The StackExchange network depends on browser cookies to remember the login state. Most StackExchange sites use *.stackexchange.com as domain, AskUbuntu is one of many exceptions using its own 2nd level domain (askubuntu.com). The use of different privacy tools becomes more and more common. Unfortunately these mechanism tend to interfere. If this happens, ...


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