I see a +0 next to post comments. Thought this was supposed to be votable. Nothing happens on tapping. BTW on Android. Also when I entered a comment and then decided to edit it, the original text did not show up in the edit box. So made me think I wS posting a new additional comment. Meaning I lost it and had to enter a comment for the third time! Also why does edit post appear as an option when I clearly don't have the right to alter somebody else's post?

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The day that Americans will decide if they want to step on the brakes or drive off the cliff.

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Is the up vote or down vote comment functionality going to come to mobile? the box flashes up when I vote, the big tease, but then infuriatingly disappears. Like grabbing sand. Using mobile more and more to tune into dw. Would love to leave comments but don't want to write a post.

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What is not so clear is how to vote. Well it is obvious and well done in the new version, but I'm not sure if I can vote for myself now.

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In what has quite possibly been one of the longest periods between security problems being revealed and action being taken, the Virginia Board of Elections voted on Tuesday to remove the certification of more than 300 AVS WINVote touchscreen voting machines. The Virginia Information Technology Agency, and consultancy Pro V&V, uncovered multiple flaws in the voting technology which had also been used in other states including Mississippi and Pennsylvania. The scandal here is that there have been concerted efforts to remove these machines from the electoral system since 2008 when experts investigating irregularities first flagged their concerns. They have consistently …

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When you upvote or downvote someone with a comment, if you reverse your vote it doesn't reverse the score you gave them. In my case, I accidentally upvoted someone because I hovered the downvote button and then I [must have] passed over the upvote button when I when I moved the mouse to select the text box. I then accidentally awarded 11 rep to someone who should have been down-repped. I reversed the vote, refreshed the page and then downvoted. Unfortunately, this didn't reverse the upvote score I accidentally awarded them. It did apply my downvote rep subtraction, but this …

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Hi, I am looking for when you select a value from dropdown and submit. The results has to show in the same page with percentage. It is like voting. Thanks in advance.

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Hello. I have resembling cms http://www.dunk.pro/ (PHP) How to increase speed, without loss of design? How do I know which classes in css can be removed?

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Hello Community, I was thinking about starting a suggest a program project so people can suggest a program and others can vote on a program for me to make. I was wondering would that be a good idea and would it be worth it?

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When Facebook [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/23327/1231/1/0/"]changed the terms and conditions[/URL] of use back in February, some 70,000 members complained about a perceived content copyright grab and [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/23343/1231/"]forced a rethink[/URL]. At the time, founder Mark Zuckerberg promised that Twitter had "decided to take a new approach" towards developing new terms. Unfortunately that new approach has now been revealed, and it ain't pretty. It involves letting the users vote on which set of terms and conditions it would like to have implemented, with a promise to abide by that democratic decision. So what could be wrong with that? As it happen, really quite a lot …

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Word has reached us in the UK that there is some sort of election happening in the US. In fact it has been happening for an incredibly long time, with one of the candidates in particular making more premature victory speeches (although not to Americans, I mean, they're only the people who get a vote) than anyone in the history of the known universe. OK, OK, I'm being cynical. But the Democrats are having their convention this week and all the smart newswires are saying how involved people are with the electronic side of things this time around. It's truly …

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The End.