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  1. Tanya2000 Aug 17, 2016

    Quote by Buttah Remove the "Makoto Takahashi" tag.


    ок

  2. Huesin Moderator Aug 07, 2016

    Hello Buttah.
    Thank you for your reports. Don't forget to add the links to both scans when reporting a duplicate scan though. Have a nice day.

  3. Huesin Moderator Jul 18, 2016

    Quote by Buttah Thanks for your concern but that matters little to me. It’s this site's mods that vehemently refuse to listen to logic and add a seperate "High Speed!" label, even though it's the source material. Labelling scans belonging to it as "Free!" is simply just incorrect.
    I don't want you to create a whole new page for High Speed!, it's completely fine to group its scans with the Free! ones in 1 page. The literally only thing I demand is logical behavior by implementing a "High Speed!" tag for the primary tag field. Other scan sites like yande.re do have a seperate High Speed! tag so it's just MT being against it for no conceivable reason.

    That matters little to you, even though a moderator came out his way to discuss things with you? Ok, I'm telling you here, the one who's being illogical here is you. Be a grown up and be more open-minded, will you? Let's discuss tags first.

    I'm not a tag moderator, but from what I understand, the anime is called Free! and the light novel is called High Speed!, right? Now, since most of the uploaded images come from the anime, why are the mods supposed to follow your logic? Those scans don't belong to the High Speed! light novel, so there's no need to add that tag to them.

    Being honest with you, I don't mind if more tags are added. I understand there's a "High Speed! Starting days" animated film, so it would be fine to create a tag for its scans. What bothers me though is your attitude towards mods who are clearly trying to help you. You've been adding those disrespectful titles for a long time and changing the parent tag to Kyoto animation. You've been reported several times by other Minitokyo members for those reasons. I'm surprised you didn't get restricted yet. I'm being clear here, stop with those titles, ok? I'll discuss the tags with the moderator staff. Have a nice day.

  4. Huesin Moderator Jul 18, 2016

    Adding the title "High Speed! scan, not Free!" to your scans is completely fine. I'd suggest you to stop adding the "thank the illogical mods" part though, otherwise a mod could get really "illogical" and give you a second warning. You've been reported several times by other Minitokyo members for your conduct. Just a friendly reminder.

  5. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator Jan 26, 2016

    FIRST WARNING for spamming the gallery with salty comments about Free!/High Speed.
    It's amusing how many "first" warnings you've received. Keep it up, your passive-aggressiveness is entertaining.

    For the record, I'm not hounding you or have something personal against you or Free!, if you think that. I do think it's an odd topic to be so headstrong about, but to each his own.

  6. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator Jan 25, 2016

    Quote by Buttah Change the High Speed! tag's picture to this because it's not up-to-date anymore.

    The current picture is better at showing the cast.

  7. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator Jan 24, 2016

    Quote by Buttah

    Quote by pandemonium91Tag your scans properly, with the Free! tag.


    It's not a Free! scan so no.

    See my response to your thread. Also, Quote in Guestbook if you don't want to talk to yourself.

  8. Buttah Jan 24, 2016

    Quote by pandemonium91Tag your scans properly, with the Free! tag.


    It's not a Free! scan so no.

  9. pandemonium91 Retired Moderator Jan 24, 2016

    Tag your scans properly, with the Free! tag.

  10. de0w Dec 17, 2015

    you're a stealer!

  11. de0w Dec 17, 2015

    I told you I didn't want you posting my scans here! Stop that or I'll report you!

  12. adri24rukiachan Dec 11, 2015

    Thanks for the favs! \(^-^)/

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