Special effort that didn't really seem worth it given the potential security issues, browser incompatibility and so-on, when there's plenty enough material out there (reposted from the site or otherwise) that's much more easily accessed. Either simple account registration that accepts a throwaway email and grants immediate access… or just put the URL in your address bar.
Step one of creating a successful and popular user interface: don't make your user "work".>>72645
In which case it would have been nice if someone had ever said that when I asked / looked it up, before this actual thread came along. Like I said, not fucking psychic. Can only go by what other people make public knowledge or reply in response to questioning. Also the difference between E-hentai and Ex-hentai isn't super obvious when they're mentioned in separate posts (possibly days or weeks apart) and personally I thought they were the same thing just being abbreviated differently depending on who was talking.>>72667
And, well, there it is. Sounds a bit like getting your registration accepted at Eunuch Archive or whatever when all you want to do is browse the stories rather than become some integral part of the Cutting Bits Off Yourself community. Sooner or later it becomes just too much of a bother for a bit of fapping material.>>72689
You're doing God's work there. Just, given all of the above, please make it easier to access, or at least put the information about how to gain access on the landing page / behind a very obvious FAQ link or whatever.>>72734
Well, good on it, but it's not one I ever managed to directly access, so my supply was provided more by people leeching material off it then reposting more publicly. Seems the middleman could have been cut out fairly seamlessly. Like, if nothing else, Pixiv exists, and the wide and varied chanspace.>>72784
Again, be nice if that had been explained at any previous juncture, but still I rather like having the session continuity cookies for my other websites (not sure if Google lets you delete them on a site by site basis, and for all its faults, Chrome is still the one that by far works best on my old laptop… so I'm not going back to the dark days of the early noughties and swapping between multiple browsers depending on what site I'm browsing).
Also if I'm browsing Incognito (putting a clause in your will for a trusted friend to delete your browser history is a dead meme), doesn't that keep cookies for each tab secret from all the others and nuke them when you close said tab? So either that means it should work without any further effort, or it won't work at all?>>72793
Funny how few other sites seemed to think it necessary to do the same though? Like how we had to register an account and jump through hoops deleting cookies or whatever to get on here…>>72929
Isn't that the general sentiment for all of the internet though? See something you like … save it. Storage is ludicrously cheap these days, to the point that it's not even worth calculating how much it costs you to save an individual picture album, and encrypted folders / archives are a magic vitamin for protecting against anyone borrowing your machine accidentally running across your twisted fetishes. And the history of the last 25 years shows that basically no website is immortal or immune against all manner of different things that could take it down instantly and permanently… and the smaller or more fringe a site, the more likely it is to die. The only way to maintain data continuity is, like with torrents, for it to become distributed around the individual machines of interested users, and reuploaded to new hubs when old ones die.
GC itself is a huge example of this… how many times has it died and been resurrected, and repopulated from our various hard drives?