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#24120 fixed "Maximum number of external links per post exceeded" is cramping my style qbi dcf
Description

I tried to edit doc/MetricsTimeline, adding 6 six external links to lists.torproject.org domains. I got the error "Maximum number of external links per post exceeded" with a captcha; but even after solving the captcha it doesn't let me post.

The workaround is tedious: break one edit into several edits that each add only a couple of links.

A cypherpunks recently ran into the same problem while making constructive edits and filed #23999. They are working around it at org/projects/WeSupportTor by writing links as https:!!example.com instead of https://example.com.

I realize that the link limit is probably an anti-spam measure. I don't necessarily expect you to remove it. I just want to report these false positives to help you tune it. I know this ticket isn't actionable. I won't be upset if you close it as wontfix.

#18590 worksforme "My reported tickets" doesn't work like "my tickets" Sebastian cypherpunks
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In the bug tracker, I can sort "my tickets" by date easily, but what I wanted was actually "my reported tickets" and it has no such option. The cypherpunks user has 559 tickets which makes it difficult to find stuff I just submitted. There's no obvious default order. It's not date. Please make this list sortable like "my tickets (all)".

#10144 worksforme "Never allow" doesn't work in the canvas popup mikeperry cypherpunks
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Dear Tor Developer, I've visited "Jesse's Cafe Americain" using Tor browser at this address http://jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com/ for several years and always get the warning from Tor that this website "attempted to access image data on a canvas" (an ID security breach). At the bottom of the warning box there is a selection button allowing me to choose to "allow" this behavior or to "never allow" this behavior. I always choose "never allow" and that has always worked until my recent upgrade to Tor 2.3.25-14. Now, the warning still appears, the selection box still appears with both options, but the "never allow" option can't actually be activated. When I click "never allow" the "allow" default doesn't change and the warning box disappears with the "allow" option unchanged. As part of the fix, I suggest you change the warning box option to default on "never allow" and force users to select "allow" at their own risk. Thank you for all you do,

  • L. H. Melvin
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