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Have You Seen the New Crude PP Captchas?

Well, we've reached a new low in the Persona Paper Captchas.

I have always submitted articles here using Captcha. All of us do. However, I never pick the advertisement Captchas, but always the text Captchas. Still, the advertisement captchas were always decent. So I was never offended.

Times change and rates are higher if one is willing to promote crude advertisements. So although I'm am not happy about the change, I am not shocked at it.

Have you experienced the change? If you have, please indicate so and how you feel about it, below.

I am hoping is unaware of the change and will fix it. Still, he may know of it and finds it acceptable. I am hoping that is not the case. Even the former B-------- writing site never used crude Captchas.


Image Credit » https://pixabay.com/en/captcha-recaptcha-bots-logo-brand-202234/ by Simon

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Comments

MegL wrote on December 28, 2015, 10:48 AM

No, I NEVER use the Capchas, so I was unaware of the differences in them and of the recent change. I ALWAYS use the SAVE Draft button for my articles, then do a final edit, which may just be adding a picture. When I submit it then, there is no capcha.

VinceSummers wrote on December 28, 2015, 10:55 AM

That is most interesting! Once I tried using the draft provision but all it did was keep me from publishing. I'd have to copy and then delete and paste into a new article form all over again.

MegL wrote on December 28, 2015, 11:05 AM

I have several articles saved in the "drafts" area. While they are in draft format, I get 3 buttons available at the bottom. One is "submit", which does not appear until after the 500 character minimum has been reached, one is "save draft" which is what I use until I am satisfied I want to publish and which saves the article in the drafts area for later revision and the 3rd button is "restore article" which I NEVER use unless a mishap has lost work that I was creating at the time. It restores a saved version of a draft that you were working on. For instance if the capcha doesn't work and you lose your draft article, you can click on "restore draft" and it brings back the lost work.

lookatdesktop wrote on December 28, 2015, 11:23 AM

I don't have to use Captcha . I manage to publish my posts by first saving as a draft, then I check out my spelling and grammar and from there I publish it directly. No Captcha for me to bother with.

Rufuszen wrote on December 28, 2015, 11:45 AM

I have always had to captchas, even when using saved work. I would be a bit happier if the adverts were more entertaining

VinceSummers wrote on December 28, 2015, 12:55 PM

That's the problem! They're now a little TOO entertaining...

CoralLevang wrote on December 28, 2015, 6:35 PM

This happens only when you have posted something recently and you are trying to write when it's within the 10 minute window. It will not save the draft from there.

However, just opening up ...you can save as a draft and avoid the captchas.

I do not know anything about "crude captchas," but then I am not prudish about such things. Some of the vile beliefs and criticisms I have seen in here written in posts and comments are more offensive to me.

lexiconlover wrote on December 28, 2015, 6:41 PM

In my honest opinion, I think you are being way too sensitive. The world isn't like it used to be..this is part of everyday life.

DWDavisRSL wrote on December 28, 2015, 9:19 PM

Like MegL , I don't use the CAPTCHA because I always SAVE DRAFT before posting my articles so I can see how they are going to look and try to catch my mistakes, though that doesn't always work out.

missfortune wrote on January 2, 2016, 11:12 AM

I usually end up with the one question survey or some advert for an automobile. If it keeps the site afloat that's one thing but resorting to offensive content is going to drive a percentage of the site away