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Remove own vote from wishes (unvote).

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Simple: ability to remove a vote from a wish you've already voted for (very different from downvoting), either because one realizes that the requested feature is not that useful or even possible (or any other reason), or just to correct an accidental voting. It is a very minor thing, but would be nice to have. Again, this is not a wish about downvoting.

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WalterwickJack
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This should happen.

Jan. 19, 2015
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gamefood
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YES. I really would like to unvote my vote for Grim Fandango today, which has turned out now to be a vote for the remastered version. It's a principle thing, I voted for the original, not for the remastered one!

Jan. 14, 2015
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Lillesort131
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This should only be implemented to avoid voting by accident. Like disabling the un-vote button after a fixed amount of time (some minutes?)

Oct. 1, 2014
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Ebany
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So True, I just voted for "Steam like Client program for GOG DRM free games and bonus content !!!" and then realised it was a bunch of people who want a Steam looking client which AUTO-UPDATES! Quite possibly my most hated feature of Steam. And if you own 1000 games, who wants to have to turn it off for each one, WTF!

Anyways, I want my vote back!

May. 27, 2014
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xaliqen
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It could certainly be simpler than it is now.

In my opinion, spammers shouldn't have access to forums if they're abusing the posting system. I don't mean someone innocently posting something by accident, but people who purposefully abuse the system shouldn't just be allowed to do so forever.

Apr. 18, 2014
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ng
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Reporting requires admins' help and thus is way slower to work. Additionally admins cannot fully ban a user who bought some games and preventing him from posting may theoretically deprive him of support for his games. It's all not so simple... :-\

Apr. 11, 2014
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xaliqen
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IMO, the most effective way to deal with spammers is by reporting them. They shouldn't even have a place in the rep system.

Apr. 11, 2014
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ng
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What about spammers? We can at least bury them now by downrepping them.

Apr. 9, 2014
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xaliqen
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The point is pretty clear. It limits griefers down-repping or antagonizing other forum-goers.

An "up-vote only" system is actually a very simple and robust rep-system that is both difficult to abuse and easier to moderate.

Instead of moderators being called in to deal with both positive and negative rep-system abuse, they can concentrate only on the former and lessen their potential work-load.

Apr. 7, 2014
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Fronzel
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Don't see the point to this.

Apr. 7, 2014
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Dredd
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Accidently voted for Crazy Taxi 2. There is no Crazy Taxi 2 for PC. Wanted to vote for Crazy Taxi 3.

Mar. 28, 2014
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imagei
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I just voted on something immensely stupid based on the title but apparently the description didn't match my understanding. Now voting for vote cancellation! :)

Jan. 12, 2014
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jsjrodman
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There are so many possible scenarios. Maybe I wishlisted a game but then bought it elsewhere.

Nov. 23, 2013
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TQuin
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These two features go together:
http://www.gog.com/wishlist/site/ability_to_see_all_the_games_features_i_voted_for_grouped_in_one_list

Nov. 16, 2013
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AvatarOfLight
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This deserves more vote, it's such a basic feature.
Its mere presence will increase the value of votes that stay too.

Oct. 30, 2013
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jsjrodman
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Sometimes the title doesn't really match the description, so a vote cancel is needed.

Jul. 23, 2013
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classicsftw
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Yes and also to delete/edit/report comments.
I also want to see my votes and comments in "My Account" (something like "Your Votes" / "Your Comments"). Thank you.

Jun. 26, 2013
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joequincy
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Man, if only I was being original when decided I didn't want to vote for this feature anymore. :/

Jun. 23, 2013
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pi4t
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Similarly, the ability to remove a + vote from a post without having to click on '-' (or vice versa) would be equally useful for the same reasons.

May. 6, 2013
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skeecher
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Damn! I voted for this and I wish I hadn't now :p

Feb. 7, 2013
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dogsonofawolf
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Obviously one vote isn't going dramatically effect anything, but not being able to manage your votes kind of sends the message that the voting system isn't important to gog. For me it isn't about making sure the right games get votes, it's User Experience. You'd kind of expect us to be able to control our own votes.

Feb. 3, 2013
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dogsonofawolf
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Really confused as to why this isn't a basic feature. I'm looking at my votes from a year ago and thinking "what was I thinking?" One vote isn't going to matter that much in the grand scheme, obviously, but it's the principle of the thing.

Feb. 3, 2013
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Dreadjaws
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Yeah, I tend to move the mouse too fast and press the wrong option all the time, so I tend to vote wrong sometimes in different sites. This is not a problem of changing our mind, it's to resolve an "Oops" moment.

Sep. 13, 2012
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Occulto
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Agree that mis-voting is not an overly huge problem. Still, not being able to remove a vote feels kinda' "hah, you voted! now there's no turning back!" ...even Facebook allows us to "un-like".

Jul. 25, 2012
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Starmaker
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On second thought, I want to remove my vote for this feature =)

May. 25, 2012
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Stebsis
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I don't think this is a big problem, one vote doesn't matter that much, and I doubt hundreds of people misread something that they're not fully behind, and that wish gets done

May. 25, 2012
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bushwhacker2k
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I just had this problem, I misread a title and clicked vote then on hindsight I realized I wasn't really behind it. This wouldn't be complex and should be implemented.

Apr. 29, 2012
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FiatLux
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Especially the "Option to remove your vote" later in connection with political elections and so on would be a great feature too... Yeah , if only the world were like that.. Hindsight is always 20/20 Also I have heard some people tell lies and then afterwards say something else and when confronted with that then they would just say that they were not liars in the first place since they were now "telling the truth"and that they had just changed their mind ;-) I think that people in general should just standby their statements, opinions and promises (and those not doing so in companies and political life ought to be punished or removed from office)...

Apr. 11, 2012
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Tevosion.480
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I tested it too :) And Zarevak is right ;)!

Mar. 28, 2012
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zarevak
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This is just visual bug - if you reload the page, the vote count rises just by 1. (I've just tested it - it vent from 10 votes to 13 votes, after reloading the page I saw 11 real votes)

Mar. 28, 2012
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