Waifu threads are /a/, yet the Janitors delete them.
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What the hell? Waifu threads on /a/ are okay as long as it isn't a blatant "boo-hoo my life sucks, also waifus" thread or a fucking imagedump. Yet a legitimate discussion thread was just deleted by a Janitor for absolutely no fucking reason, yet the off-topic, imagedump that is the 'waifu exercise' thread somehow gets to stay around? Not just that, but say a thread gets shit on, 9 times out of 10 the reports to remove spammy posts get completely ignored, its not such a big deal to those with 4chanX but those without it or who don't use the inline extension have to see blatant shitposting.
Janitors, do your fucking jobs right, Waifu threads are allowed on /a/, but image dumps and exercise threads are not /a/ just because they slap 'waifu' in the OP.
Janitors on /mu/ abusing their powers.
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Hello. On /mu/ I saw a thread in which somebody wanted to discuss serialism, a style of classical music. I was about to participate, when it was deleted. http://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/30095416
I thought, hm, maybe the guy was a ban evader? I figured that I would just make another topic and try and discuss it. However, it was again, deleted! http://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/30095821
I now am hesitant to make a new thread about music, as it may be deleted again. Why is this? I'm getting kind of fed up with it, I just want to discuss my favorite style of classical.
Error: Maximum file size allowed is 3072 KB."; var clickable_ids = 1;
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Ok, bit of a long winded problem, so bear with me.
I am a regular poster here and have been for the better part of 2 years now, and over the past few months or so whenever I try to post, with ot without an an image I get this error:
>Error: Maximum file size allowed is 3072 KB."; var clickable_ids = 1;
The specifics of the text change from time to time, but it seems to happen randomly, regardless of whether or not I post a picture, if it is or isn't 3072+kb, and regardless of how I type the captcha. So, about a week ago I was posting a punisher comic on /k/, and was receiving the error off and on throughout the dump. I though nothing of it, and continued to post until I received a message stating I was banned for 14 days due to being a possible spambot for screwing up the captcha too many times. This made me think the error was my retarded computer's way of saying captcha was wrong when it appeared(go figure) so about 10 minutes ago I bought a pass so I could dump and post again. Only problem is the error persisted after buying the pass, and the browser I use(chrome with 4chan plus) seems to forget I have the pass whenever I load a new 4chan window. Can anyone tell me why this damn thing hates me so much and how I can stop it from raping me every time I try to post?
Poeple are so depressed
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When 4Chan is mentioned anywhere, it's described as the home of those clever chantards who troll throughout the web. One thing you don't hear about though, is how just about every user is clinically depressed.
On almost any board users can be seen talking about their negative outlooks on themselves and life in general. Why is this a universal trend on 4Chan? To me this place comes off as a humor-filled site, but almost all of the users are depressed.
I've tried to find info about this, but I couldn't find anything. Does anyone think that 4Chan itself causes or contributes to the problems many of the users here face? If so, what causes it exactly, and why is it so prevalent throughout the community?
Functioning of /f/ uploads
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Thanks again Moot for fixing the Captcha "bug" on /f/. But here I'd like to rant and plea for a fix to the serious bug in uploading... of course there is a long expiration for files (4 days?) to prevent rapid-fire reposting of same material. However, the file is recordedd as uploaded and trips the timer whether it was actually uploaded and appears on-board, or not. If for any reason the upload fails, be it a missing tag or a cnnection time-out, it is recorded as "file already uploaded". There is no chance that you can get a mulligan and actually get the file up. I also noticed that a flubbed file apparently counts toward your 4-files-daily cap.
IS there any way this can be fixed so that only files that actually get on the board and are publicly viewable get counted? seems only reasonable, no?
captcha: mastitic discovery