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Thanks Tye for your actions and for acknowledging that you were amused.

I have two use-cases.

  1. Sometimes I wish to find a node that I remember voting for or against. Obviously there are ways round this, but they all require work on my part. Also I may have voted in a hurry or without thinking very hard about all aspects of the node. Sometimes it can be surprisingly hard to remember details sufficient to search for the node.
  2. Sometimes I feel like checking how I voted in the past. Perhaps if I could do this I would be surprised at the results.
    1. Both applications would require being able to go back a long time in history, which maybe is the real problem here.


      In reply to Re^2: Voting history (begun) by SilasTheMonk
      in thread Voting history by SilasTheMonk

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