I've always thought voting would be the ideal candidate for AJAX
Actually, I disagree. Sometimes I find myself clicking the up- (or down-) vote buttons, but then (before reaching the "vote" button) change my mind and either completely reverse my vote, or remove my vote from a given node (+=0). If clicking a vote button auto-fired an AJAX request, I'd have no chance for take-backs.
Could it be a user training issue? Maybe. But I don't think I'll change my behavior.
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