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I'll firstly admit that I haven't read all the documentation on how to use this entire site, so maybe I'm missing the point, but...

When a logged-in user is given a certain number of votes, they are provided with a radio button selection for either + or -. I find this to be a problem in a few respects: firstly, I would really like to see the reputation which that post already has, and THEN determine whether or not that post has been given sufficient reputation (IMHO) so I might add/subtract if I wish to do so. In addition, perhaps there can be a neutral "no-vote" button (CHECKED by default) between the + and - radio buttons, so if I click a + or - modifier but then decide that I don't wish to modify the reputation of that post, I can simply choose the "no-vote" choice. This way, I can submit my votes for other posts on the same page w/o altering those I do not wish to alter.

And btw... is it possible to allow logged-in users to choose the size of their TEXTAREA box (such as the one I'm typing in)? That would be pretty cool.

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