Allows anyone to view vote totals (usually a privilege for Stack Exchange users with 1k reputation)
The quality of a post at a Stack Overflow is measured by upvotes and downvotes. By default, only the total vote counts are shown. Users with over 1000 reputation earn the privilege to see both the up- and downvotes, by clicking on the number between the voting arrows. Unfortunately, not many of us have enough time to join all Stack Exchange websites and get 1000 reputation. That's why I created this extension: To be able to view vote totals on any Stack Exchange website, whether I'm logged in or not. Works for questions, answers and /review/ and search results. * Website: https://stackapps.com/q/3082/9699 * Greasemonkey script: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/6192-stack-exchange-view-vote-totals-without-1000-rep NEW IN VERSION 1.5.10 Support updated StackExchange layout + dark theme support.
- (2021-08-18) J Bruce Feynman Niccolo P. Bentulan: Something I've been taking for granted for years!
- (2017-05-25) Scott Beeson: No idea why this isn't default behavior!
- (2016-03-21) Fernando van Loenhout: Seems to fail on http://meta.askubuntu.com/q/15167, but other wise works ok
- (2015-01-12) Duncan Jones: Thanks for making this into a Chrome extension. Works exactly as advertised.
- (2014-01-04) Arun Das: Thank you so much! From ADTC!
- (2013-09-08) Caleb Stanford: This works!! Very useful.
- (2021-10-02, v:1.5.10) J Bruce Feynman Niccolo P. Bentulan: Do you know how to do similarly for reddit please?
One can just solve system of equations for positive score u-d=score, u/(u+d)=percentage. But for non-positive score, the it will just show 0.