This has been fixed! :D
More info here:
This has been fixed!
More info here:
More information here (scroll down to "Change Password form improvements":
Flags weren't supposed to notify the user whose work is being flagged - we fixed this bug, so now you won't get notified until an admin takes a look at it and confirms that it's a valid issue.
Hopefully this should help alleviate some of the stress and uncertainty involved in having your work flagged - as only valid issues will make it past the moderation team!
We made some performance improvements to search results pages which should help alleviate some of the issues here. More details here:
This has been implemented! More information in the announcement here:
Oh - yep, looks like it was fixed! Marking as resolved :) Thanks for the report!
This is sort of two features in one - "tag aliasing" (eg where one tag 'means' the same thing as another), and the ability to blacklist tags by rating (eg, only blacklist 'gay' if its rated mature or higher).
I can't find any topics on either by searching - so I'm going to leave this one in place to see what demand would be like for these two features.
Whoops. That's a fairly criticial feature....
Bumping this to our development team, stat!
there's a similar idea thread, based around the idea of 'tagging' people on an image, here: https://support.furrynetwork.com/topics/1120-ability-to-tag-users-involved-in-a-submission/
...which spawned out of the 'Collab Commissions' suggestion, which is marked as a duplicate of it (and involved some pretty heavy permissions handling to cover mutual submissions).
I'll leave this one separate for now to see if it goes in a productive direction!
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