Definitely not collectors.In slapping a label on the box art, you're immediately turning away any "collectors", because no collector would want anything other than the original edition of a game, unless they're the insane, far-gone sort who buys every version of an item that's been ever released, but those kinds of people are a rarity. Who buys them, and why? How do the publishers think releasing these things is a good idea? The label is just so ironic to me.
OP image. (so this image can't be uploaded in-line either. there goes the original theory)https://i.imgur.com/tWdCABd.gif
Let's see if the .mp4 file imgur made of it uploads.
>>3The issue isn't the file itself or MIMEs or anything too in-depth, but the length of the filename, apparently. The thing is though, it seems to vary arbitrarily, so I can't be entirely sure that's the case. I uploaded one image with a large filename fine in another thead, so I thought that maybe, it only affects starting posts.
>>4Earlier I tried uploading the same image with a short filename, and it failed for me. I was guessing it might be the filesize.Might be fixed now:>>>/meta/81/80What was the original filename?
Your own cross-board link didn't work? You might be able to give that another look while you're at it.>>5 Also, it bugs me how text is green after post links..
>>6I'm not the admin. I'm not even sure if that's the right format.>>>/meta/81>>>/meta/81/>>>/meta/81/#80
>>7It's right (except the last one). It's just broken right now and I've been too lazy to fix it. With the new update I switched away from my own filter function to using regex. I thought it would make it a lot nicer if anyone wanted to take the code to add their own filters:https://github.com/4taba/4taba/blob/master/default_settings.py#L99They work individually but it's tricky to make it so they don't overlap. I'll just have to play around with them one day when I'm bored, or just go back to the old function I was using before.