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10/28/2018 9:52 PM  #1

"I'm not a robot" spam control… Anybody else having issues with it?

I know this isn't the right place for this post, but I don't think there is a forum bug / issues thread.

Does the "I'm not a Robot" spam control picture clicking festival drive anyone else nuts?

I swear that I am way too picky, does that square have a hint of crosswalk?  What about that corner of a street sign?  do they only mean whole objects in one square?  Do they want me to count that bicycle that is off in the distance?  Is that truck a bus to them?  I swear sometimes I have to click 20 boxes just to get past the "human test".  I know it keeps down on the spam, nothing is more annoying than a new member trying to sell knockoff shoes or who knows what else…. But… I do have better things to do with my time then click somewhere between 3 and 20 photos every time I want to post something...

Rant over…



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