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Nino Sage

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Nioki

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QUOTE (Nino Sage @ Jul 29 2011, 07:56 PM) If you click on view screenshots on a Licensed anime it will only bring up the screenshots 1st epi:

http://anime.fansub.tv/picture.php/990/1/9/57/Lucky%20Star
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if you want to view screenshots of other epis you have to type the epi number in the url:

http://anime.fansub.tv/picture.php/990/2/9/57/Lucky%20Star
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This can be a pain for those that want to view screenshots of other epis.
so it might be a good idea to make this less of a pain.
This might actually be a nice idea, since it'll allow people who haven't seen those stuff yet, check out if they will like it visually, or spoil some stuff for themselves XD
If, daft-sama supports the idea, I can make a quickie in Photoshop of how I see it.
 

daft27

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Retired
We can bring the screenshots back. There was some issue in the past about it before with DMCA Infringement notices coming before, but I think if we're a little smarter about it, it should be okay to do.
 

Duran

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Kouhai
Is there a way to set an option to not see licensed anime posted on the homepage? It's just somewhat discouraging to find out the anime is licensed after you click on the thumbnail/link.
 

samthebear

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I think Daft is working on a customisable front page so it may be a possibility to hide all licensed shows in the future. For now, the shows with titles in red are licensed (those in black are unlicensed) and you can use that to judge if you'll click on the series. If you really want to check it out, the links in the community pulse system should point you to some places with it. Also if you're in North America, you may be able to watch some series via streaming (depending if the series has it available via the appropriate distributors)
 

daft27

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Retired
QUOTE (Duran @ Oct 16 2011, 01:36 AM) Is there a way to set an option to not see licensed anime posted on the homepage? It's just somewhat discouraging to find out the anime is licensed after you click on the thumbnail/link.
To be precise, the shows with the red links on the front page may be licensed. At the moment, I'd recommend that you start following shows that you're actually watching. When the personalized front page becomes available, it will use your watchlist to filter the information.
 

Duran

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Kouhai
Ooh okay, I did notice the red and black links. Most red links were licensed, but some weren't so I wasn't sure for certain. Thanks for the heads up about it!
 
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