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SilasTheMonk++ for asking
tye++ for implementing

I was thinking about asking for this again as it is very useful to me, so I'm delighted to see it get implemented.

One improvement I would like to suggest, is to add a "Nodes I voted for" checkbox on Super Search. I can manually search my vote history, but being able to restrict in SS would allow me to find things much faster.

Thanks again!

-Craig


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