Could we possibly change the "save as original filename" function so that it saves it to the last folder you saved something in? I don't know if I'm the only one with this issue or not, but it's been saving the pics to my main images folder: it defeats the purpose of convenience, since I have to
>>994 we kicked around the idea of adding Schlomo Train Tickets as 4chan passes early on >buy pass for ungodly expensive shekels >get a beautiful star next to your name whenever you post >enables captcha for you >post cooldown of 5 hours >explicitly tell normal users not to buy it because its a shill trap
Make stickies actually sticky in catalog. Also, make it possible to actually see replies to replied posts. Right now, I have to click on replies to see if they have replies as well. Plus, quick reply form shouldn't be stretching to fit the filename like it does now.
>>1129 No worries. Always good to hear back from users about potential problems so we can improve the site. I will forward this to the dev team and they will look into it. Hopefully we can find a fix to your problem.
>>1129 >>1130 We have tried iOS (safari), Android (chrome), and Windows Phone (edge) and all were able to make new threads. So I am not sure what to suggest. If the problem persist on your end please let us know.
>>1140 And here we have an idiot who knows absolutely nothing about flash, and has only read like two chrome-sponsored articles about "OH NO FLASH IS FULL OF SECURITY HOLES" I have never seen a single .swf file with any virus. Popups, sure. Screamer, sure. Annoying tab-spam, granted. Embedded files (that were used as NES cartridge files and required specifically to be extracted with a .zip). But those don't pop up very often, and it's just a matter of a janitor sweeping it under the rug (just like, guess what, on /f/.) And yet, /f/ is completely fine, and has been for the last what, ten fucking years? Must be completely infested with oh no bad viruses so much that no-one notices, right?
>>1141 Oldass Firefox 43 on Windows 8.1, and I guess the only addons that could be fucking with it are uBlock Origin and NoScript. I'm not using PonyX or anything. I'll try without for a while, see if it does anything. The issue is pretty rare by itself.
Could is there any way that this site could support .mp4 files? I get a lot of my /pol/ content from cripplechan, and it's kind of disappointing to get a "not a webm" error when I want to post videos from there. If not, could anybody explain to me, like I'm an idiot, how to convert .mp4 files into .webm files? I'm almost sure there's a way.
Idk if it's just me, but webms have been opening automatically whenever I enter a thread with one, and I've checked the options and toggled what looked to be the problem off and it still happens. if this isn't supposed to be happening, can you fix it/help me understand how to, if it's only on my end?
Could the file size limit be upped? 20mb usually only allows for a 3-4 minute webm, and most of the good political webms from 8/pol/ are 5+ minutes. It's a real pain in the ass having to break them down into multiple files.
>>988 I have issues with some images I try to upload being rejected and labeled "invalid images." This occurs when either there's too much transparency or if there's too much of the same color in the first few rows of pixels, starting in the top left corner and going left-to-right as far as I've noticed. This is annoying and makes me have to crop 5-10 pixels off the top of some of my images to get it to go through. I'll attach an example. I get this error all the time and it's getting annoying, is it a permanent thing or is it possible to fix?
>>1964 The "invalid image" error message should occur if it isn't possible to get the image size (corrupted image?) or the image type isn't png, gif, jpeg or bmp. Please upload an image that gets rejected to an external site (https://void.cat/ or where ever) and we will look further into it.
>>1965 Hmmm, it seems the non-cropped image was invalid to my image viewer on my laptop as well, but could be opened in GIMP. Maybe something glitched in the original download, but was fixed when I exported it properly in GIMP after cropping.
1) When viewing a thread google captcha is called even when no reply will be meade. Perhaps internet etiquette should make the reply fields hidden behind a [New Reply] link which then expands out and then calls captcha only when needed.
This would be simmilar to [New Thread] on the catalog page.
2) The text input box colour of the captcha verification is forced to black where as all the other fields properly allow the browser or theme settings to choose their own colours.
2) My dark theme has dark input backgrounds and white text, please let the theme allow the typed in text in Verification to be also decided by my theme.
Caught fatal error: imagecreatefromjpeg(): gd-jpeg: JPEG library reports unrecoverable error: Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x89 0x50 in /var/www/mlpol.net/inc/image.php on line 481
I'm having trouble posting images. I get this message every time, even when I try to post different images. I've tried refreshing the page too. I've posted some of these images to the board before, so it must be a site issue.
When you attempt to post a pic that's already been posted to a thread, the error message should tell you where that pic is. That way, it'd make posting 5 pics at a time a lot more convenient, especially for porn threads. Also, do something about the flag problem.
Not an issue, but I have a question about the Unique ID counter on the Home page. While allowing for vpns, how precise is the number? I mean, if anon posts in 2 threads (hence having 2 separate thread IDs) does that count for 2 UID #s? Tl;dr is the UID count relatively 1 to 1, or is it in some way expanded? >pic unrelated
Is the message, "Please be in attendance on Sunday April 1st, 2018 12pm EST for a special Tea With Atlas. So special it'll ride the short bus the rest of it's life," going to be floating around all month? It's distracting, and I'm not sure if there's an option to disable it.
>>4130 I will add archiving of json, and look into making a script to recreate json files for those already archived. It might take a little time to make a script to recreate the json files for the already archived threads. >sadly have some projects that has to take priority