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 No.138[Reply][Last 50 Posts][D]

Suggestions that don't deserve their own thread - thread
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 No.871[D][DF]

>>870
>no, why
On not a single imageboard there is a need to post some text when posting flashes. It's retarded and counter-intuitive for people who come to 22/f/ from other boards. The flash itself should be the one and only primary required thing on /f/. If you don't want for the post to be empty itself for whatever weird reason then make it post some pre-set default text if the field is left empty.



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 No.1[Reply][D]

On this Board you can post ideas for features, bugs you've found, board requests, rules that you want to be added, etc.


Violations will cause a ban from all boards from 2days up to permanent.

After something is implemented the thread will be locked


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 No.860[Reply][D]

Three things that I think would be very beneficial to your board and give it a cutting edge:

1. Could you allow images to be copied and pasted into the file location like Kohlchan does instead of the user always having to save an image to their computer and then upload it?
2. Could you allow for file renaming in the file section (KC always calls c&p'd images 'Clipboard-#########')?
3. Could you also allow for a text box for an image location link to be posted, where the image in the link then becomes the image in the user's post? 4chon.net did this and I'm surprised that nearly a decade later no other board has done something like this.

 No.862[D][DF]

Nice idea imo. I guess 2 is only useful for when you upload the files like stated in 1 and 3

 No.863[D][DF]

>>860
What is the difference between 1. and 3.? Aren't both about inserting an image by URL?

 No.864[D][DF]

>>863
I'm not that guy, but you can copy an image into the clipboard directly, which is different from copying a link to an image.
For example if 22chan had (1) I could copy an image I'm editing in paint and paste it in the file field directly without the need to save it as a file



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 No.305[Reply][D]

People can pay to suggest to add music, or simpily suggest music to add. Its like adds for 22chan but in a less crap more creative way to help keep 22chan alive.
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 No.704[Reply][D]

Could video embeds (especially from YouTube) be allowed to substitute file uploads, including OPs?
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 No.705[Reply][D]

Considering 22chan is hosted in Germany, how will Holocaust revisionist material and sentiment be treated (i.e. someone simply quips 'more bullshit like the holohoax')?

Do you feel or have you considered that most Holocaust denial-related stories and trials might actually be psyops designed to put fear into the average German?

Global rule 4 says no racism outside of /b/, yet there exists a /pol/ board. Considering /pol/'s historical weightiness, could this rule be revised? Also, what is 'racism' exactly, given that it's been redefined every five years? Are we allowed to say 'faggot' on 22chan?

AND YES, THE VERIFICATION DOES TIME OUT AFTER LIKE 10 SECONDS.
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 No.837[Reply][D]

For anonymity's sake, why not delete IP's associated with a user ID if that IP hasn't posted in two weeks or so? That way, the IP address gets a new ID and nothing is logged under the old one.
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 No.848[D][DF]

>>846
i thought you once said that it was outdated

 No.849[D][DF]

>>848
found the post >>747

 No.852[D][DF]

>>847
Like i said multiple times in the past: My number one priority is your safety. I do everything to prevent third parties from getting your data. I host my own analytics system just to prevent your data even toughing a third party.

>Why do you collect useragent, os, browser, etc.

To get a general sense of what type of userbase 22chan has. I don't trace indivisual users and send the FBI to their door, why would i? I literally just collect anonymized usage data. Every other website collects way more data even with all your fancy VPNs and Ad-Blocks.

TLDR: Your data gets as anonymized as possible. I do everything to prevent third parties from getting it. I just collect it to know for example for which browsers i need to optimize 22chan.



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 No.809[Reply][D]

Can 22chan get a search function?
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 No.789[Reply][D]

What do you think about granting the ability to click on a user ID and being able to see all posts associated with it? It could be limited to boards with IDs. This was a feature I remember seeing on some now gone imageboards. It could be done to counter against shilling.
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 No.805[D][DF]

>>804
Maybe make it save the IDs somewhere separately for all /pol/ and /i/ threads?
Thread number-->IP-->ID number

 No.806[D][DF]

>>805
The ID is built by hashing the ip so i could try also putting the thread number in there

 No.842[D][DF]

>>806
I changed some stuff around and now the ID should be different for each board



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 No.708[Reply][D]

Could you guys allow multiple file uploads per post like so many other imageboards allow these days?
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 No.832[Reply][D]

I was wondering, perhaps a feature that allows the original poster of a thread to use a cap code labelled OP or something when replying to a thread they created, of course make it optional, but have it there. I think that'd be pretty neat.
>pic unrelated, just a cool pic I found.
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 No.814[Reply][D]

please
and the captcha thing
>inb4 werks en mine mach1ne
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 No.744[Reply][D]

>Information We Collect Automatically
>When you access or use our Services, we may also automatically collect information about you. This includes:
>Log and usage data. We may log information when you access and use the Services. This may include your IP address, user-agent string, browser type, operating system, referral URLs, device information (e.g., device IDs), pages visited, links clicked, the requested URL, hardware settings, and search terms.
Why the hell are you collecting this? What do you even need to know this for? Is 22chan yet another datamining spook op?
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 No.728[Reply][D]

Flash as an embeddable web format is close to death, but there seems to be nothing to truly replace it
Of course there are html5 games and just normal youtube videos, but flash also had slightly interactive content which it seems we won't be seeing as much anymore
My idea would be to find (or create, it shouldn't be too hard I think) a file format like the .swf, except it works using html5, so you can embed it (and it would work without need for a plugin). It would also be easier to save/share than html5 games. And you could add the possibility to post that stuff on /f/
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 No.734[D][DF]

>>733
there was another thing 4ch was looking into, i'll have to dig a bit to find what it was.

 No.735[D][DF]

>>734
anons from 4/f/ provided the name, it was ruffle.
https://ruffle.rs/
and the demo http://ruffle-rs.s3-website-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/builds/web-demo/

 No.736[D][DF]

>>734
>>735
Oh I see. It seems like a wip, but it's better than nothing



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 No.720[Reply][D]

Uhhh twoot? Where's point 3 in the User Agreement?
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