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I have a trello card which has only one member, but a vote count of 1/2. It would make some sense if there are two members, and only one voted. However, this can't be the case given there is only one member.

What does the 2 in the denominator mean if not members?


I think I got confused. what I wanted to ask is why I am getting "2 votes (with you)".

does it mean I voted twice somehow? I can't seem to get it to say 1 vote by cancelling the vote. It is always 2 or nothing.

and what does (with you) mean?

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You have a checklist on that card with one of two items completed.

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a checklist is a completely different thing from votes. why mix them up? –  user1058511 Dec 23 '12 at 22:12
    
That's true; I'm not sure why you mixed them up. Is the icon ambiguous? I believe it'll say "n votes" if there are votes on a card. –  Daniel LeCheminant Dec 23 '12 at 23:57
    
I think I got confused. what I wanted to ask is why I am getting "2 votes (with you)". does it mean I voted twice somehow? I can't seem to get it to say 1 vote by cancelling the vote. It is always 2 or nothing. and what does (with you) mean? –  user1058511 Dec 29 '12 at 2:13
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