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bluecuracao - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:40PM

unfortunately the "-rating:safe" search filter is broken now
it's now unusable



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:42PM

bluecuracao said:
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use -rating:sensitive instead.



bluecuracao - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:42PM

bluecuracao said:
unfortunately the "-rating:safe" search filter is broken now
it's now unusable

EDIT
it's now "rating:explicit"



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:53PM

bluecuracao said:
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"-rating:general -rating:sensitive" should have the same effect as "-rating:safe"



NotTheNax - Group: Member - Total Posts: 67
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:55PM

^
rating:explicit has always been a thing
or you can opt for {rating:explicit ~ rating:questionable}
or just -rating:sensitive -rating:general
[edit]
took too long writing my message Pietro beat me to it
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Anyway
Were rating:safe's defaulted to rating:sensitive?
cause I see some stuff that definitely doesnt seem sensitive to me

for example
post #7283512 no clue why this is sensitive
post #5116759 I mean i guess Nyaruko's got a little bit of thigh exposed but other than that no clue
post #1970890 ok come on really? ok that pretty much confirms it, Safe defaulted to Sensitive, right?
post #7164171 yeah ok nvm I answered my own question

Its probably better that way anyway
since now sensitive might be flooded with general stuff, but atleast General isnt flooded with sensitive stuff. which would defeat the point of general.


[edit]
yeah turns out {with ratings} doesnt work
oops
sorry
I could have sworn I've used it before but I guess i never have



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/23/22 11:57PM

NotTheNax said:
Safe defaulted to Sensitive, right?

Yes.

BTW, this: "{rating:explicit ~ rating:questionable}" doesn't work. It is one of the limitations of { }



SadSap - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2731
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Posted on: 05/24/22 01:23AM

It's going to be a bitch to sort out all the previously-labeled "super-safe" images to "general".

It's also going to be more contentious to determine whether or not some images are "general" or "sensitive". For example, a busty character showing a bit of thigh can just as easily go under "sensitive" or "general" depending on what the tagger thinks. It's not as simple as before.

I also think these changes were introduced way too late. They should've been introduced several years earlier, considering the amount of art and artist have exploded within the past few years.

Between the bad names and introducing a fourth rating this late in the game, I think this is going to prove to be a headache for taggers. Danbooru really should've gotten their marbles together when coming up with this plan.

Don't misunderstand me, it's a good idea going forward. But retagging images from the past seems like a complete headache, and I feel bad for the taggers who feel they need to do their part to retag old images.



Niyuri - Group: Member - Total Posts: 1
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Posted on: 05/24/22 01:35AM

how do you search in multiple ratings such as rating:general and rating:sensitive? now that i cant search for rating:safe...



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/24/22 01:39AM

Niyuri said:
how do you search in multiple ratings

Little problem cute doggy. You cant search rating:general and rating:sensitive at the same time using the search bar. As far as I know. You will have to search ratings individually.

You can try using your blacklist for this one. I think you can blacklist rating:explicit and questionable if you blacklist those two. All the results should be a combination of general and sensitive.

Edit: I checked and the blacklist trick seems to work.



853214728 - Group: Member - Total Posts: 26
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Posted on: 05/24/22 02:21AM

When looking at the tag edit history, how come sensitive and general both show up as blue? They look the same.



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