Looking at my user profile, I see I have voted posts 42 times, and I have reached the limit for today.

How can that be possible, if the limit is 40 per day?


  • Dunno if it's relevant, but it says here regarding recent changes, 2012-04-20: On Stack Overflow, 50 votes available daily for suggested edits, not 40 Mar 13, 2013 at 19:11
  • Strange, the best I can think of is that in beta version there is no that limit or that there is a GMT problem today.
    – user114
    Mar 13, 2013 at 19:13
  • @FumbleFingers That is for suggested edits; it's the number of times you can accept/reject a suggested edit per day. Then, Stack Overflow is a different beast: The limits there are generally higher than in other sites. That is what happens for the number of votes to accept/reject a suggested edit, for example; while in other site that is two, on Stack Overflow is three (e.g. until three users don't vote to accept the suggested edit, the suggested edit is not accepted).
    – apaderno
    Mar 13, 2013 at 19:24

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Votes on deleted posts do not count towards your daily total.

Ref. How does someone get to cast more than 40 votes in a day?

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