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Your question still has 2 upvotes. One upvote was removed and two downvotes were added which brings the total score to 0. Once you reach 1000 reputation, you become an "established user" which brings the ability to see vote counts. On your question, this looks like: Next, if you check your own profile page and click on the "Activity" tab ...


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It's not a link, but the 'ping' works. As @AdminBee notes in the comments, only the first three characters matter. That the space disappears when you click his name is expected behaviour. What might surprise you is that you do not even need to mention his name to ping him; since you're the only two users in that comment thread, he is automatically notified. ...


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The drop-down menu in the upper left of the main site: Choosing "Users" here takes you to a page where you may search for users by name: The direct link to that page is https://unix.stackexchange.com/users Using user:username in the search box on the main page is unfortunately not supported. You can however use user:me to find all your own posts ...


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