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Post Reply Suggestion Those who are under Age of 18 are unable to click on Spoiler for adult sake? XD
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Posted 6/18/16


Ok...I didn't know about this.
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Posted 6/18/16

Nogara-san wrote:


JanusCascade wrote:


Nogara-san wrote:

What adult content?

Crunchy don't show shows with nudity or extreme violence



Well like.. talking about P**** or C***. Or write a stories about sex.. Lets say some woman want to talk with other users that she wanted to experience facial.. I know it sound gross... but am just giving you an example on good reason to use Adult Content.

I don't think anyone will say facial part haha, am saying someone might want to write sex story.

Also, Here one story.. This guy thought he was getting lucky tonight till he open his wallet and took out his old condom that he had for 5 years and when he rip the paper to get condom out it easily torn!!

People that not wanting to read that and not expecting to hear about sex story.. will want to skip it. That why I thought its good idea to add a Warning "Adult Content" etc.


I get what you're saying....but I doubt CR is gonna ever get anything like that on here.





With someone like PV around.....Never know! :p
Posted 6/18/16

couvier wrote:

wouldn't make sense because they can still see the code if they quote the posts lmao


When a post is pulled from the database and passed through a foreach loop to be printed, its string along with any tag that may be in it is still server side, which means that its context can still be replaced, like how swear filters work. The tag is found using regex, and is sent through a function that pulls information from the user table, and with conditional statements to compare the users age to the chosen age requirement, if users are logged out, or logged in but don't fit the requirement, they will or will not be able to see what's in these tags.

So, these tags, or their context depending on what you decide to replace, would be invisible to anyone who doesn't fit the requirement, even if you were to quote the post, or "View Source" in your browser, but the idea is superficial, because in many threads, people under the age requirement would have to scroll through walls of empty posts, because most people over the age requirement would write in these tags. It would most likely just annoy people to a point where they would simply go into their settings and change their age from whatever to 18+, because why not? There is no law that prohibits it.

The more intuitive solution is that Janus learns how to dodge authority, with the use of euphemisms and indirect speech, or finds himself a hentai forum.
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Posted 6/18/16


I've moved this over to the Suggestions / Feedback forum.

A while ago I believe there was some thought given to creating a more "mature" section of the forums (but not porn-level stuff!) but I'm not sure whatever happened to that.

Posted 6/18/16
Mm. I feel like the age group under 18 is very mischievous. Depending on they person and their level of curiosity, if it ever came to happen creating a separate account to view its content would be no problem LOL.
Truthfully I don't find it necessary to block things, since they may not understand it, being adult content anyways.
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Posted 6/18/16 , edited 6/18/16
Please only submit content suitable up to at most PG-13 on the public forums.

If you want to post content that is not suitable for PG-13 users, please create and use a private group for that.
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