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In our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.

What's New


Improved DMCA Reporting System

DeviantART is dedicated to protecting our artists, and in an effort to be able to more quickly handle complaints by deviants who have had their rights infringed on, we have changed the way we receive complaints from the artist or the copyright holder.

We have now enabled artists and copyright holders to file DMCA takedown requests through an easy to use form. The DMCA is a formal notice and takedown system for copyright owners. It is not an arbitrary set of rules created by deviantART; it is a legal process which is respected the world over. You can find more information on the DMCA, how it works and what it does here.

We have also revised our Copyright Policy. For more information on these changes, please read this journal.

Update to the Submit Page: Multiple Uploads

In response to community feedback, we have added a method to upload multiple files at once from the Submit page. When on the Submit page, you can click "Choose Files from Sta.sh", at which point you will be prompted with a modal where you can upload several files at once to your Sta.sh, and then select which one you would like to submit.

This functionality takes the place of the File Deck of the old submit page, while also adding a layer of security for your files by keeping them saved in your Sta.sh until you're ready to submit them. As mentioned last week, we are working on a seperate feature that will allow you to easily prepare multiple files for submission all within one page.


Change Log

  • Optimizations were made to browsing using the "Next" and "Previous" buttons. With this, the structure of deviantART's URLs have been updated to more efficiently direct you to specific artworks, and deviation pages will load more consistently when browsing from one to another. Added by shadowhand, muteor, and banks
  • A +Watch button and View Gallery link were added to the More Like This results page when browsing in Artists view. Added by yury-n
  • In Firefox, some modals would redirect to a previously visited page when clicking "Done". Fixed by aMoniker
  • Text beneath thumbnails did not display properly in Group galleries. Fixed by shahyarg
  • Some narrow image thumbnails did not display clearly in the Message Center. Fixed by aMoniker
  • Non-Latin character encoding prevented some Notes from displaying properly. Fixed by aMoniker
  • Punctuation affected the character limit allowed for a Profile page tagline. Fixed by randomduck
  • Some domains would fail validation when used as email addresses for joining or changing one's email address. Fixed by helloandre
  • When editing the Commissions widget, canceling the edits would make the pencil icon button vanish. Fixed by aMoniker
  • In the "Submit to a Group" modal, scrolling was broken in cases where several matching group names were found. Fixed by aMoniker
  • The "Arrange" tool in Gallery folders would sort deviations based on the date of its creation, rather than based on the date it was published. Fixed by randomduck
  • Some updates were made to the Sta.sh API based on developer requests, such as additional metadata and the addition of a "delete folder" call. Fixed by aMoniker
  • The Sta.sh API was not properly including the contents of Sta.sh Writer deviations. Fixed by aMoniker

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  • There was a display issue for Safari for Windows users, if they also had the Wacom plugin installed. Fixed by mudimba
  • Redraws would not play properly if the deviation was reached by using the "Next" and "Previous" buttons. Fixed by mudimba

Sta.sh / Submit


  • Clicking "Delete" on a Sta.sh item did not prompt a warning before deletion. Fixed by adahacker
  • Pressing escape when editing a file's description would make the browser leave the page. Fixed by drommk
  • Pressing escape when editing a stack's description would delete its description. Fixed by drommk
  • Dragging to select did not start when clicking certain places. Fixed by drommk
  • The selection box would appear when dragging an item into a stack. Fixed by drommk
  • On the Edit page, the description box did not resize for text with no spaces. Fixed by drommk
  • When editing text, there were occasional error messages, and the progress indicator would go missing. Fixed by adahacker
  • No warning was given when trying to submit Prints on Group-exclusive deviations. Fixed by drommk
  • Dropping files into the "Select File from Sta.sh" modal would break the Submit page. Fixed by adahacker
  • In some circumstances, the category selector would not load. Fixed by adahacker
  • The Submit header was blank in Mobile Safari. Fixed by samshull
  • The "Upload" button did not display in Mobile Safari. Fixed by drommk

Sta.sh Writer


  • When using the integration of deviantART muro in Sta.sh Writer, the drawn-on version of an image could still be embedded in Journals and Sta.sh comments after the original was deleted. Fixed by kemayo
  • Deviations marked as mature content did not display properly in Sta.sh Writer. Fixed by kemayo
  • Images smaller than 50x50px would be hidden behind a "show images" box, when embedded in Sta.sh comments. Fixed by inazar
  • Some deviants would occasionally encounter a "someone else has edited this draft" error message. Fixed by Alisey
  • In Firefox, pasting text into Sta.sh Writer would cause the cursor to jump to the top of the document. Fixed by Alisey
  • Pasting text into Sta.sh Writer when using Firefox would often trigger incorrect indentation. Fixed by Alisey

Your Feedback


Thank you for the feedback left on last week's Site Update!
  • Deviants were positive regarding the improved Twitter and Facebook integrations, as well as the preview for multiple submissions.
  • Several deviants were excited about scheduled submissions, and some deviants asked if scheduled submissions would include Journals. Journals written in Sta.sh Writer (and thereby submitted through the Submit page) would be able to be scheduled.
  • Some deviants would like to have a countdown widget for their Profile page. Suggested by Krissi001 and icefire8521


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jaime-art Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
They changed the maximum a few months ago (sadly). It is now 10,000 messages (deviations) within one year.

Meaning: If you get more than 10,000 messages, the older ones are removed from your inbox. If the messages are older than one year, they are removed as well.

I also lost a lot of messages because there was no warning. The day they changed that, I lost more than 10,000 messages because I had some 20,000+ messages >.<
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fan4battle Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
Oh, I see. Thanks a lot for the tip!
With the size of dA, one can hardly keep with all the messages, especially if you watch more artists (not to mention groups). Oh well...
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JuliaGraceArts Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh so THAT's what happened to all the art I was expecting to be piled up in my inbox that I'd left there to favorite from a while back. >_<
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jaime-art Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes. If you get a lot of messages per day, make sure to fave or remove the oldest ones first, esp. if you're planning to be absent for a while. And maybe there are some groups you may want to unwatch. I had to do this and don't miss it because I'm still overloaded by other groups and deviants ;)
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JuliaGraceArts Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
Yea, I was gone for a long time. I'll remember if I ever have to go on vacation or something. It's too bad they just can't leave them all in there, or let you choose for groups deviations to expire first.
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jaime-art Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Have you already read the latest site update? They think about changing the message system and make it even more difficult to follow the people and groups you watch :(
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JuliaGraceArts Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Professional General Artist
Yea I did. Ugh! I joined the crowds in telling them not to screw with it and saying the only thing they needed to do was add group management to the message center.. not change it! Gah... frustrating. I think they hired somebody from Facebook. >_<
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woxys Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
yes, dA. Awesome.
To be honest, this way of reporting is VERY slow, complicated and to me, it looks like some new policy "lets make it soooo complicated for original authors, that they would rather give it up, not reporting".

Example?

In the past, it was possible to report SEVERAL stolen works in one report.
Now I the most likely need to fill a new report for every. single. stolen. work.
at least I really do not see any option which would allow me to send a multiple report.
So if there is a person using like 5 of my shots, refusing to remove them (and yeah, it happens), would I need to fill five reports? Then thank you for fun..........

At second: I just found a photo which was stolen from me.
It took me several minutes to fill all the parts of the report form, giving you all my personal details (how great, I am really happy about it). By the way, I really hated the part about termination of my own account in the case of false accusation - I think this might scare many original authors, who KNOW their work was stolen but they might be afraid the report would turn against them...
So after those minutes of sweet activity, the system did not allow me to send it :) I got info, that there is some error and I should try it later.

Just great.

Please, at least allow us to use some kind of multiple report, because we need time to create art, not to fill forms..............

P.S.: I waited... but I still can not send that report, although everything is written well. The system has some error... more of my time is wasted... :(
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haldron Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
You can submit up to 10 items of allegedly infringing content per report by using the "Add Another Deviation" link in the "Content to be removed" box.
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ForeverTeaTime Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
"termination of my own account in the case of false accusation"
That would scare me away almost certainly:S
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hans-sachs Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
in case of a false accussation (meaning that you accuse someone of "stealing" your work, when they did not) you can be taken to court. termination of your account would be your least problem.
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ForeverTeaTime Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If you really falsely accuse somebody, then yes.

But if your accusation is in fact true, but the person in question manages to fiddle things about so that it seems your accusation is false, then I don't think that person would actually take the case to court (because that person is well aware he or she is lying), so then the termination of your account does seem like a big and final things.
I have to admit, I am not sure how realistic this fear is, but I do know that people who steal can be pretty vicious and so it does feel like there is a change that you're taking the case to somebody who's not going to give up that easily and may want you gone from the site for calling them out.
So, I would probably think twice before doing it.
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hans-sachs Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
if someone files a counter notice, you will get their contact information. if you want, you can take them to court then. i'm not sure what would happen with your account in the meantime, and it's also not clear to me what would happen, if the person gave false personal information. i asked realitysquared about this possibility, but so far he did not answer my note.
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haldron Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
The possibility of account penalties is primarily regarding individuals knowingly filing false reports. If your initial report was filed in good faith, then we most likely will not take action against your account. That said I cannot speak to the possible legal consequences for such actions.
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hans-sachs Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
maybe this scenario is unlikely, but it still interests me.

say, someone took my work and uploaded it into their gallery. i then file a dmca copyright infringement notice. the infringing content is taken down by da. so far, so good.

then the other person files a counter notice. as a consequence i get the person's contact details, and they get mine. first question: will the allegedly infringing content at this point be restored in the gallery of the other person?

if i want to take further action, i then have to take the person to court. second question: what if the personal information the person gave, is false? would deviantart reveal the person's ip-adress, so that their identity could be found out through their isp?

unlikely, but interesting.
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haldron Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
If a valid counter-notification is filed deviantART will restore the materials in question after 10 days unless an injunction blocking such restoration is issued by a court, correct.

In the case you're discussion you would really need to speak with an attorney for information on the legal requirements of such a scenario.
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hans-sachs Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
on the form you simply click on "Add Another Deviation".
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woxys Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
thanks, I did not see it, the letters had other colour :( at least something, I hope next time the report form will work :(
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hans-sachs Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
it seems that the site update is still a bit bug-ridden. lately i got a lot of "500 internal server error", when browsing deviantart. hopefully this will be fixed soon.
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AI-Pyon Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I like this comment
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woxys Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
edit: after several attempts, I had to have all the fun again, filling a brand new report form. So much fun. No, I do not mind that it took so much time, not at all :/
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MKBrony Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
(Sarcasm self-test complete)
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masterdevil89 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
..i guess the uploading thing is better....
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Native7i Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
(y) Site is bit heavy on mobile
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Broken-Endings Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
the submission system isn't letting me edit my posts. the page just goes white and does nothing
deviantART muro drawing Comment Drawing
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ikazon Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013   Writer
Hi there! From here it looks like you're using Firefox 3.6, which we actually haven't offered support for since 2011. Please update to a more recent version of Firefox, then give it another try and let me know if it works for you. :)
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Broken-Endings Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
it's impossible for me to update my browser. My operating system is 5 years old, so 3.6 is the latest version of firefox that I can possibly use. Firefox 4 and up aren't available for Mac OSX 10.4.11. And you guys don't support Safari, and I'm unable to download Google Chrome which is only compatible with later operating systems than mine.

So, what, I just can't edit my submissions until I get a new operating system in order to download a browser that's supported, which could take years?

The old system of submissions worked perfectly fine for me, no matter what browser I used.
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JuliaGraceArts Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
I ama so thrilled there will be scheduled submissions! You've no idea how happy that makes me!

However, I would LOVE for you to allow ampersands in journal titles again. It's really annoying not to be able to use that character when practically every other special character is allowed! I used to have journals with ampersands in the titles, but had to edit them and was then told they couldn't update due to the &! Ugh.

I also agree that the More Like This module on deviation pages needs to AT LEAST be below thumbnails of that person's gallery. I find it very annoying when I am looking at someone's art and then see something I think is in their gallery and suddenly find myself off on someone else's page. Not to mention the fact that as an artist I'm not particularly thrilled with the fact that other's work is featured so prominently on may deviation page, especially if it is not something I would care to promote myself.

The previously mentioned idea of having a "watches you" info widget on someone's profile would be very handy.
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JuliaGraceArts Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
Also, the ability to edit your comments would be great, as witnessed by my typo in the word am up there. >_<
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Silver-Tao111 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
My computer seems to not want to use this new "Upload" page, constantly freezing every five seconds due to it. Can't you make this thing sort of 'optional' instead of shoving it in everyone's face?
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mrmayortheiv Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
I love the new submission page, it is far better and easier to use than the previous one, and the option to submit stashed files is really nice. I haven't had reason to submit multiple files, but I can see where that would be convenient too. Thanks for continually working on the site and improving it for all of us. :)
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lazlotheraccoon Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Is there a way to restore a previous layout of deviantart? I'm not too fond of the new submission page, and if possible, would love to go back to the old layout
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Is the fact that nothing besides adding in the "+watch" and "view gallery" updates to the More Like This page and indication that DA HQ has ZERO interest in addressing the concerns that people hate having another user's work advertised for free on our deviation pages?

I REALLY think you guys need to make it just a button again and move it farther down the page. It's an eyesore as a widget. It's distracting and does not promote comments on the artists deviation page that a user is currently on. It only promotes mindless clicking for the sake of pageviews.

I would also like to see DA significantly lower the outrageous chunk of money that is sucked out of sales made with the commissions widget. 20% is outrageous and quite selfish.
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ItsNotFilia Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
About the commission widget: you do realize, what you get from it isn't points, it's money you can extract to your bank or Paypal account. It's not meant to replace any of the current practices, but to open up a previously closed segment of the market.
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The last time I looked at the widget it seemed like you could only get :points: from it. I'm glad to hear you can get actual money out of it. My problem is the huge slice of profit (20%) that DA thinks is reasonable. This is pretty much the biggest rip off...ever. Even paypal doesn't rip it's users off that much. I understand that people need to get paid and money is needed to run the site, but MORE people would use this widget if the percentage DA is taking from artists wasn't so ungodly high. 3% would give them MORE than enough profit and I'm sure no one would really complain about it.

Why not even do a sort of deal where say subscribers only pay 3% but non-subscribers would have to pay a higher percentage?

Even Etsy only takes a 3% fee for all transactions. If you want to look at their new credit card direct payments (which is more akin to how the whole handling of money thing would work for this DA commissions widget) they still only take 3% plus $.25. This is STILL better than the outrageous DA fee and artists can still make a living off Etsy. Etsy still makes PLENTY of cash. Everyone is happy.

So yes, DA may have some fees they incur to handle the money going through (since they play middle man for it all) but there is no excuse to charge that high of a fee knowing damn well a lot of people selling their art for commissions do it for a living (or to even pay off bills or things) and not feel as if their time and effort is being largely wasted to high middle man fees.
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ItsNotFilia Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Does Etsy have an equivalent system to dA's points (and how it allows clients to pay in points via the new widget), or do transactions in there never really involve currency that already resides in the system?

What I mean is that a 3% transaction fee would probably make more sense for transactions that don't take away money that are already in the system (something dA don't offer at the moment). Points can be rather volatile, since people buy points for a number of reasons, points which, until recently, could only be spent on dA stuff. However, if those points suddenly became redeemable, then dA would have to pay it all 'back', which may affect them depending on how much of their revenue comes from people buying points, though that's a set of numbers I don't possess, so I can't assess whether they made a good decision or not.
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think if you take :points: with the commissions widget you obviously can't have it converted to real money. I think once the :points: are bought from DA they remain floating around from user to user until someone eventually spends them on DA related merchandise like a subscription or physical stuff like prints/bags/plushies/etc.

So 3% of a :points: transaction would essentially be removing 3% of those :points: out of the market. People using the commissions widget right now are still being charged the 20% transaction fee. For example someone I saw was once doing 80:points: commissions and upped it to 100 to cover the 20% fee.

I mean if it doesn't actually work that way please someone let me know (preferably an admin unless somewhere here has links to official information saying otherwise).

So as far as I can tell whether you use this commissions widget for :points: or real life money, DA is STILL taking a 20% cut of the artist's profits. And all I was saying is this is incredibly greedy and they could be getting more use of this widget if they lowered the handling fee. So in the long run more artists would use it. Because I honestly have yet to see any DA "famous" people using this widget (DA admins/HQ members don't count I'm talking just strictly DA users that have no real say in HQ doings). And I mean aren't those the people you'd really want to get using the widget? They get more steady streams of commissions than the lesser known people or those artists not even asking for a full $1's worth of :points: for their art. I just think lowering that 20% to 3% instead would see a more widespread use of the widget ergo more money flowing into DA's hands.

From what I have seen from the people I watch most of the more "famous" people aren't using it and have only posted journals asking their watches what they think about it. And from reading those comments I've been tons more negative replies saying people hate it. I mean I know really good artists on here who won't even use DA's print feature because DA takes away too much of the profit in a sale from that so they definitely won't be using the commissions widget.

And honestly, just for having the convenience of a clickable button, 20% is way too high of a cost for me. Could you imagine if a place like Etsy did the same thing just for the convenience of having a shop set up with clickable "add to cart" and checkout buttons? No one would use it.
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ItsNotFilia Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You can withdraw earnings made through the widget, as detailed in this article.

This is why I asked if Etsy had a system equivalent to the points on dA, since points are different from a real transaction.
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Etsy has gift cards. You can use them in any shop that accepts direct payment accounts, meaning any shop that can take direct credit card payments. So basically you put $50 onto an Etsy giftcard and spend it all in one Etsy shop. That $50 is then transferred into that shop's direct payment account minus their transaction fee (which I believe is 3.5%). I am unsure of whether or not their direct payment credit card fee would apply (which is 3% plus an additional flat $.25). Even if it did, you'd still only be paying a max of about 6.5% to 7%. Still way more affordable and reasonable than DA's system.

I know that they're not exact, but that's the next best equivalent. Thank you also for that link. :heart:
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J-Mobius Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
it isn't always that easy to find a copyright holder even if you've found their work has been plagiarised, I've filed multiple reports about mathilde-may who has posted a dozen photos from suicidegirls.com and other sites, her 2nd account was deactivated, the 3 accounts she created to harrass/spam me with were deactivated, multiple deviations from her remaining gallery have been deleted, but several remain in spite of reports with links to the sources she stole from, tho I can't find the sources of the few things she has left, I recognise some of the models from various sites, why has that user not been deactivated yet? She continues to sell other people's works, even if I can't prove it, I think this is more than three strikes we're talking about, it's absurd.
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HyperChronic Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
I have a little suggestion. It may not be such a big thing. I have a VERY small screen (and may not be getting a bigger one any time soon) and when I try to edit my page or try and edit a journal (or anything that involves another box popping up) I can't see the bottom of the box and can't scroll down to change it. I would have to go into my computer settings and change the viewing angle from landscape to portrait EVERY TIME I submit, edit, or write something. This can get me really frustrated and sometimes disoriented. ^^;

I hope that there's a change where it can scale down to a smaller screen size. :thanks:
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ikazon Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013   Writer
Hi there! Not being able to scroll when editing your page sounds like a bug to me. Are you still running into this problem? If so, you may want to file a bug report at the Help Desk about it. :)
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ItsNotFilia Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Depending on your browser and platform, you may be able to zoom in and/or out, usually via Ctrl + mouse +/- keys (or scrolling the mouse wheel up/down).
Though not a solution, hopefully it will help you get around the issue until they address it.
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HyperChronic Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
Oh wow! I didn't know that! :wow: This is going to be very helpful in the future! Thank you SO much for sharing this pearl of wisdom with me! :tighthug:
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ItsNotFilia Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No probs :D
Also, just noticed I made a typo/mess in my previous reply; for posterity: meant the keys to be Ctrl + +/- keys (or mouse wheel).
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HyperChronic Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
Eh, it's alright. :) I understood what you meant. :hug:
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JaydenDragon Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Student General Artist
i have a suggestion for Stash:

it would be very useful if there was a way to select multiple deviations that you are going to submit, and apply similar attributes to all of them. For example: if all of your works have the same creative commons settings, it would take much less time to select them all and apply them from a side panel, as oppose to doing them all individually. This is how Flickr's upload system works.

It would be great if you could work on this. Thanks!
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Sassy--Cat Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh dang it---sorry---I forgot one more thing---We have st.ash partly for privacy but the share to other site buttons remain on the deviation in st.ash. Anyone you give the link to a st.ash item to can share what we have in st.ash.

Ok, I'm done!
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Sassy--Cat Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
PS--I'm not a huge fan of the new submission method but I'm sure I'll get used to it.

Also, you have given us the ability to create sub folders within our gallery folders. Do you also plan on implementing this feature for our favorites gallery folders?
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Sassy--Cat Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd love to see a button on the top bar that let's us know if we are being watched by the deviant whose page we are visiting.

I would also like to have the option to show or hide the groups of which I admin that at the moment is not editable on the top bar of our pages.
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