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Gallery Image - Rating for Content
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Asked at 8:28 pm on Tuesday, August 4, 2009
I have just put up 2 images to my gallery. With the exception of the excruciatingly slow select vendor to give credit part I thought I had it sort of figured out. But apparently someone was upset by the 'content' of one of the images. I thought I understood the parameters of no nudity in the thumb nails. Which there was not. I cropped to face only. Not that I consider the image as even being a nude given some of the images I have seen in galleries. I thought my image was pretty safe for general audiences.
If the thumb nail shows no nudity, and the image can be barely said to either ... how does one decide what to 'rate' an image? And, if I rate an image as having 'nudity' ... does that mean I can not put up a thumb nail (even if thumb nail shows nothing explicit) because the 'content advisory' sign gets put where the thumb nail would go?
I am very new to doing this, don't want ruffled feathers or sensitive folks flipping out because they were exposed to more in an image than they really want to see. Can someone help me out here so I don't get into any more trouble?
Last modified 2012-08-07 14:42
If the image contains nudity, please select the nudity flag.
Also, it sounds like you have your filter set to "not show nudity".
Please go to My Gallery Options and remove the checkmark from "Filter images with nudity". You will then be able to see your chosen thumbnail.
You MUST upload a non-nude thumbnail when uploading an image with nudity.
For further assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Answered 2009-08-05 00:07 / last modified 2012-08-07 14:42
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