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There are two possible conclusions here, though it'd be difficult to determine either one. Both are the results of a -2 reputation loss that isn't tracked - one because it no longer exists, the other … because it is a reversal. In the first scenario, you got downvoted on a post today. That accounts for a -2 to your displayed reputation, and so your dropdown will report such. However, the source of …
answered Sep 1 '11 by Grace Note
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You need at least 50 reputation in order to add comments to any post. However, until then, you should always be able to post comments on your own questions and answers, and any answers to your own …
answered Aug 2 '11 by Grace Note
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No, there is no convenient way to get the full detail of your Meta reputation. All routes which formerly worked to this effect (reputation audit, the old graph, and the even older tri-monthly sums …
answered Aug 5 '11 by Grace Note