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7:02 PM
@DanielFischer Are you here?
Do you feel like casting two upvotes on the synonym here: math.stackexchange.com/tags/factorial/synonyms?
The suggestion has now 10 upvotes and 0 downvotes in the Tag Management thread: meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/22348/tag-management-2016/…
But nobody has yet cast a vote on the synonym since the post.
 
@wythagoras Let me see. But I can't cast two upvotes. I can cast one upvote like everybody else - or I can just approve it.
 
@DanielFischer I meant to say that if you cast one vote, it counts as two.
Or can you also upvote like a non-mod?
 
@wythagoras If I merely upvote the synonym, it's an ordinary upvote. Approving a tag-synonym is a different thing. I've just done that.
 
I see. Also, is flagging "Thanks" comments generally encouraged?
I have a lot of them approved but my last two were declined
 
7:19 PM
@wythagoras Difficult. If it's not from the question author, flag, that's noise. If the question author says thanks, at least don't flag while the comment is young. The asker thanking the answerer isn't noise per se, so give it time to reach the answerer. If it's an old "thanks" (from the OP), flag or not, your call.
 
@DanielFischer Also, do you sometimes experience the following bug: When viewing vote counts on a deleted question, the score changes instead of showing vote counts?
 
@wythagoras That's mostly not a bug. When the score of a post changes due to the deletion of an account or invalidation of votes, the score is not automatically updated. It's updated when certain actions occur, namely when somebody votes on that post or splits the vote count. For deleted posts, of course voting on the post isn't possible. So when you split the vote score on a post whose score has changed since the displayed score was last updated, the score changes.
What may be a bug is that sometimes the split is not shown/immediately collapses again. But it's not a big deal, click on the score again and it splits fine.
 
I see. Thank you for your time, have a nice day.
 

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