Bug in the Forum Up/Down Voting

Discussion started by everyplant

There seems to be a bug in the forum up/down voting. I got 2 notices that one of my replies was upvoted, but when I looked it had a total score of -2. Similarly, I upvoted someone else's reply, and when I refreshed the page it showed a -1.

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Posted 13 days ago
6

This was supposed to be April fool's day prank, but they accidentally released it too early by one week ;]

everyplant wrote
everyplant
I marked you up for that comment, ignore the -1! :)
Posted 13 days ago
5

Huh... I hope the the accounting and sales parts of the site are not affected by similar bugs...

skapricorn wrote
skapricorn
Hope springs eternal ;)
trimitek wrote
trimitek
:) having negative amount on sale will not be fun
skapricorn wrote
skapricorn
They leaved negative sales joke for 1st Apr :D
LemonadeCG wrote
LemonadeCG
Don't worry, sales should be unaffected, but i heard the rumours that all positive ratings left by customers, will be converted into negative ones :O
trimitek wrote
trimitek
That's probably to be expected after so many Corona virus models were uploaded to CGTrader. They are starting to infect the code of the site! =O
skapricorn wrote
skapricorn
Oh! It's my fault... My "pins against handshakes" was the first covid-themed model here (at least among "printables")... I'm "patient zero"!
Posted 13 days ago
2

Everyone so negative today...

Posted 12 days ago
2

At first I thought "why everyone became so angry?"

Posted 12 days ago
1

Funny, but downvotes does not invert to upvotes - i tested it on some random spam message. Whatever you press, the outcome is always negative. Maybe some programer was fired recently from cgtrader and he left a trojan as revenge? :]

Posted 12 days ago
1

Looks like that issue is resolved now. I upvoted a few replies here and they behaved normally. Good observations.

Posted 12 days ago
0

Hello there,

Thank you for letting us know.

We will investigate this error and resolve it as soon as possible.

All the best,
Justas from CGTrader

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