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Undoing An Accidental "vote"?


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#1 greenbeanie

 
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:17 AM

I just accidentally hit the "votes" feature when trying to read a post using a touch-screen device. The screen re-sized just as I was trying to touch the topic link. It looks like I gave someone a one-star vote, which I didn't mean to do at all. I'm not even sure what the voting is supposed to be for. Is there a way to undo votes? Or does the votes feature even have any impact on anything?

I don't want the original poster to be offended if they can see the vote. It's a great topic, and I was just trying to read the latest comments - I didn't mean to give it any rating at all.
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Me: Diagnosis still unclear after extensive testing: Atypical wheat allergy, severe NCGI, or false negative celiac tests? Doctors disagree.Gluten challenge caused acute gastritis, esophagitis, and angioedema that lasted 4 months and was eventually determined to be a sulfite allergy. Gluten light for 15 years, then gluten free since June 2013.
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:48 AM

We don't seem to use that feature.  I wouldn't worry about it.

 

I gave this 3 stars just to try it.  I don't think it really means anything.  It was just part of the forum "package" that was purchased


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#3 greenbeanie

 
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 09:06 AM

Thanks, that's good to know.
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Daughter: Positive tTG-IgA, DGP-IgA, and DGP-IgG. Celiac confirmed by biopsy in June 2013, at age four. Clear gastrointestinal, behavioral, and neurological/sensory symptoms since very early infancy, even when exclusively breastfeeding.

Me: Diagnosis still unclear after extensive testing: Atypical wheat allergy, severe NCGI, or false negative celiac tests? Doctors disagree.Gluten challenge caused acute gastritis, esophagitis, and angioedema that lasted 4 months and was eventually determined to be a sulfite allergy. Gluten light for 15 years, then gluten free since June 2013.
Long history of eczema, chronic diarrhea, steatorrhea, ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, infertility, chronic insomnia, low cholesterol, vitamin deficiencies, and joint pain. Improved greatly within six months of going gluten-free.





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