How do I tell what rating I gave to an iBle? Or if I've even rated that iBle?

.  Immediately after I rate an iBle, it tells me what rating I gave. If I reload the page, my rating disappears, never to be seen again.
.  How can I tell what I rated an iBle or if I have rated it at all?

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This topic has 4 ratings and a score of 4.16. I don't know if I rated it, so I rate it. If it now has 5 ratings, it in all likelihood means I didn't rate it before. If the score changes but the number of ratings doesn't, that means I previously rated the topic either higher or lower. If the number of ratings and the score doesn't change, that means I rated it exactly as I'd done before. As you can see, I use a very sophisticated method of trial and error.
NachoMahma (author)  AngryRedhead7 years ago
.  So the system won't accept my second rating, but I can change my rating. Thanks!
I really like the ability to change my rating because sometimes I didn't do it right the first time or my opinion changes. You know, stuff...
NachoMahma (author)  AngryRedhead7 years ago
. I was afraid that using such sophisticated methods would mess up the rating on someone's iBle - it didn't occur to me that I could use a topic for testing. >heavy sigh< Thanks again.
lemonie7 years ago
You can re-rate it, then you'd know.

caitlinsdad7 years ago
The question is how can you tell if you were there in the 60's? Or if you can even remember being there at all?
NachoMahma (author)  caitlinsdad7 years ago
.  ROFL. That is great.
.  If you can remember the '60s, you weren't really there.*

*Or so I am told. I'm a child of the '70s. Of course, it was pretty much the same in the '70s (we just didn't have a war to protest for the last half).