I struggled with this too. It seems that it's due to a Chrome update. To undo this nonsense, type
in your URL bar and click 'Enable' on the Disable DirectWrite Windows option (4th from above). This fixed it, for me at least.
It may be necessary to close and reopen Chrome, or to visit chrome://restart on a new tab, to make this work.
I have to confess I did exactly the same (my apologies to DavidZ) with the same lack of effect. However I see Luboš is now on 100,026 so we have our first 100k user! Congratulations to Luboš (he said through gritted teeth :-).
FWIW, the -4 negative reputation points for the 2 downvotes (which were cast before the upvotes) were exceptionally not counted because that would have resulted in a total non-positive reputation for the user.
The comment broke the grace period.
According to ex-CM Shog9's answer,
Edits will be rolled into the previous revision if the previous revision was created by the same author and none of the following conditions are present:
The previous revision was created 5 minutes or more in the past
A comment has been added to the post after the previous revision by ...
The problem is with the STIX fonts on your system. STIX comes in several forms. The original form was a set of 29 fonts with names like STIXGeneral, STIXVariants, and STIXSizeOneSym, each in its own font family. Recently, they were repackaged into a set of 5 fonts in families STIX and STIXMath that are designed to work with Microsoft Word. Unfortunately, ...
If two questions are not duplicates of each other and yet their titles only differ in capitalization, then the title is bad and should be changed (preferably on both questions) to a title that is more specific to the individual questions. See How do we write good question titles? for, well, how to write good question titles.
Everyone is free to edit other ...
There are two main concerns here:
Migrating questions to beta sites is strongly discouraged. This is mostly because beta sites are still in testing and there is no guarantee that they will succeed. Many of them do, but some (like Theoretical Physics) don't really generate enough traffic, questions, experts, and overall liveliness to make a sustainable ...
Looking at your reputation history then 51 p comes from 100 p association bonus minus 50 p bounty plus 1 initial p, which do not count as points earned on Phys.SE.
So effectively you have earned 60 p - 51 p = 9 p on Phys.SE. So it seems that you indeed were blocked by the 10 p protection. See also this and this related meta posts.
It appears, as of now, that seven of your eight suggested edits have been rejected by reviewers. And looking through the list, I agree: they're all reasonable changes, but too trivial to warrant bumping a post to the front page.
Your inability to suggest new edits is temporary and will return in a few days.
These questions and answers to both are on meta.stackoverflow.com:
What the red circle means tl;dr it is used to "direct folks to specific queues that need more attention - things like Suggested Edits or Low Quality."
Why the red circle shows when there is nothing to review tl;dr it's a bug/lag? Same issue reported at The Workplace Stack Exchange. It ...
It means that the review queue indicator is broken and doesn't work very well.
In fairness, it used to be very broken (cf. this post in this meta and this one in the mother meta). That is, it used to display the total number of outstanding review tasks, regardless of whether you could review them or not; SE decided that displaying updated figures on how ...
You can't via the Q&A page itself: see How do I unfollow a deleted question? on Meta Stack Exchange.
As @MassimoOrtolano indicated in the comments, it is possible now via the list of followed posts in your profile. However, you only see deleted posts there if you have 10k+ reputation, so this workaround doesn't work for everybody.
There are three possibilities, of which the first one is to blame for the majority of the difference.
The "102 edit suggestions approved" counts edits on deleted posts, while the "61 posts edited" does not. This SEDE query lists 28 such instances, which is not enough to explain the entire difference.
As noted in the comments, SEDE ...
There is no reputation penalty for editing a post that gets removed. Your reputation is simply adjusted to what it would have been without that edit.
More generally, I don't think the number beside a post in the rep list denotes the net reputation gained from it. What you see in the list is mostly individual reputation-change events - individual upvotes, ...
You're not the first to notice this trend; actually, we had some discussion about it in the moderator chat room a few months ago. So I collected some data. Sampling which community ad is displayed on the home page at 10-minute intervals for a couple weeks shows that the distribution among different ads is roughly Gaussian, with no significant outliers.
Adding 4 spaces to the beginning of a line makes it a code block.
Click 'edit' to see the four spaces before this line.
It is useful on the programming sites (e.g., StackOverflow) where there is syntax highlighting enabled on those (something we don't have/need here).
I've deleted those 4 spaces & the picture now appears.
If you want to force a recalculation of your reputation, the reputation page at
will give you an exhaustive breakdown and force a recalc. I currently see your reputation at 2,010, so you're above that threshold, but as dmckee notes it is perfectly plausible for someone to have upvoted one of your answers, ...
Review pages only show close votes cast as part of the review process, and they do not show any votes cast independently, i.e. directly on the question page.
Typically, questions are put on the queue by a direct vote to close, so there is usually one more close vote than there are reviews. If more people vote independently of the queue, this difference can ...
This is generally dependent on the user's system, so the only surefire way to consistently improve it is to upgrade your system. That said, there will always be a point where the page is too big for the MathJax update to work smoothly.
This has been answered in the Mathematics Meta site, Feature request: user script or option to turn off instant MathJax ...
Educated guess: I think the answer here is that the current Astronomy.SE is the second iteration of that site. The first iteration failed at some stage in the Area51 process and Physics absorbed many of their questions. Later, apparently, a second Astronomy site was begun. I suppose it's possible that some post IDs got re-used.
Note that the correct link, ...
I don't know how your reputation tab looks to you, since you don't have the privilege of viewing deleted posts, but it looks like you earned several +2 rep points for suggesting edits to posts which were later deleted.
You may or may not be able to see these examples:
for instance, for instance, for instance.
Most reputation changes associated with a post ...
This is an intentional feature, if you have ordering by votes selected (which is the default).
In this mode, answers with the same vote total are placed in a random order every time the page is accessed, which is supposed to prevent other factors (such as submission time) from biasing the voting.
If you have selected one of the other ordering modes, "...
Just look at the edit history of the question. The OP doesn't like their question anymore, so they want to get rid of it. However, they cannot delete the question due to the up voted answers. So they are trying to "delete" the question by making poor edits that you saw. Other, responsible users are trying to put the question back to the most relevant version....