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Owdy
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This is a setting where you define the reactions in the ACP. You can attribute what point effect a given reaction has, and whether that point effect is positive, negative, or neutral.

So, in your community it appears that only the thumbs up adds any points, and the rest are neutral.

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1 hour ago, Owdy said:

Yes, but what is that 107 then?

Its actually 93 which means that their were reactions that were removed.

Reaction counts do NOT recount on change of a total (negative, positive or neutral, they also don't recount if you remove a reaction that did any of those).

So if you had one that added reputation and deleted it, it wouldn't delete the existing total unless you recount their reputation total.

Additionally, if you make a positive a neutral reaction it will never add the past reactions as neutral because when someone reacted it was a positive so those reactions will always be positive but future reactions will be neutral.

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7 hours ago, Paul E. said:

This is a setting where you define the reactions in the ACP. You can attribute what point effect a given reaction has, and whether that point effect is positive, negative, or neutral.

 

 

I know, and that count doesnt match. 😍 is +1 4example

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As others have noted, reputation counts (like post counts) are not a current "live" tally. When you receive the reputation, your score does not go down if the post is later removed (for instance), or if the reputation type is deleted (so you wouldn't see the reputation type and its count listed on the profile page, but your score would still reflect that you received that reputation initially).

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