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Thanks again van for the uploads.
Wow the High res version is even better ^_^. Thanks Van, for the upload ^_^. That 14.4mg must have been a downer ^^
dovac said:
Thanks again van for the uploads.
No problem!
aoie_emesai said:
Wow the High res version is even better ^_^. Thanks Van, for the upload ^_^. That 14.4mg must have been a downer ^^
Surprisingly it only took about 5 minutes per image to upload. I omitted one that Radioactive posted a while ago (10120) and ones that only had rabbits and such on them.
petopeto said:
Is this "tinkerbell" or "tinkle"?

http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4757727518
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/tinkle_bell/m/200605 (月夜茶会)

Seems like both exist--is Tinkerbell a game company and Tinkle a doujin circle?
Both means Tsukiyo Chakai, well.. that's her original name. She was tinkerbell then she changed her alias to Tinkle, so just use both cause some ppl aren't with the century yet ^^
Stop being fast. :) I deleted my comment since I just noticed it was also tagged "tinkle" (thought it was only "tinkerbell").

Can we get the artist tag color changed away from dark red? It's fine on Danbooru's light background, but nearly unreadable on this dark one.
hahaha ^^, if you want a color change you'll have to take that up with the admins.
aoie_emesai said:
hahaha ^^, if you want a color change you'll have to take that up with the admins.
I know. The admins read comments. :)
What color would you suggest
dovac said:
What color would you suggest
I'd use #FFFF00 or #FFFFFF for artist--it's the most important tag (IMO). I'd think about brightening up all of the others except "general", too (just saturate them).
petopeto said:
I'd use #FFFF00 or #FFFFFF for artist--it's the most important tag (IMO). I'd think about brightening up all of the others except "general", too (just saturate them).
I wouldn't use white text, it would blend with the regular text too much. Yellow is a bit strange too. If you're using red, use #ff0000. It's still red plus it's brighter.
aoie_emesai said:
I wouldn't use white text, it would blend with the regular text too much. Yellow is a bit strange too. If you're using red, use #ff0000. It's still red plus it's brighter.
I tried #FF0000 on this gray and it was better than the current artist color (#AA0000), but it's still eyestrain for me. Yellow looked decent to me (stands out like a lamp, but that seems OK for artist tags). I only mentioned white since most of the other distinct, readable colors are taken.
Done, a bit bright but if others think its fine I'll keep it
I'm happy with that.

Can we change the series colour? That is hard to see.
I'm currently using:

body { background: #222; }
.tag-type-artist > a { color: #ffff00; }
.tag-type-circle > a { color: #0FF; }
.tag-type-character > a { color: #0F0; }
.tag-type-copyright > a { color: #F0F; }

which brightens up all of the colors, and makes the artist tag stand out. (I still find red on gray a bit hard to read, and I like being able to see the artist at a glance.) It also darkens the background a bit, which not only increases contrast with this text, but also makes pictures stand out more.
dovac said:
Suggest a color please
Increasing the colour brightness will do.
Colors switched around. Gotta get used to them again.
The colors are bright, bright, bright ^^
aoie_emesai said:
The colors are bright, bright, bright ^^
Dark backgrounds need bright text to be readable, particularly the grey this site uses ...
petopeto said:
Dark backgrounds need bright text to be readable, particularly the grey this site uses ...
Gray? isn't the site background layout more of a black color?

The layout color is "222222" ... well... now that I think about it, it resembles gray more than black now >.<
IMHO the smooth, subtle colours from before allowed the images to stand out - images should be the focus of an image board.
van said:
IMHO the smooth, subtle colours from before allowed the images to stand out - images should be the focus of an image board.
I agree with the principle, but I don't find that the tags distract from the image, since they're either way in the corner or off-screen when I'm viewing an image, and the text is small.

But, here's an idea: only on /post/view, set the background to #000 and dim the tag colors. I just tried it, and it gives a really nice contrast between the image and the background (or a clean edge for darker bordered images), and the darker color makes dimmer tag colors more readable. Doing it only on /post/view helps keep the other pages from being too depressing. I'm using:

body { background: #000; }
.tag-type-artist > a { color: #cccc00; }
.tag-type-circle > a { color: #0bb; }
.tag-type-character > a { color: #0A0; }
.tag-type-copyright > a { color: #D0D; }

just on /post/view (using http://userstyles.org/stylish).
aoie_emesai said:
Both means Tsukiyo Chakai, well.. that's her original name. She was tinkerbell then she changed her alias to Tinkle, so just use both cause some ppl aren't with the century yet ^^
Tsukiyo Chakai looks like the title of an illustration book (http://www.mangaoh.co.jp/php/data_product.php?i_prd_code=118676). Do you mean she used it as an alias, too? ("Moonlight tea party" would be a pretty cool name, though I guess it would actually be "tea party moonlight".)

Tinkerbell is tagged as artist and Tinkle as circle. Unless someone corrects me in a day or so, I'll set Tinkle to artist, and submit a Tinkerbell -> Tinkle tag alias.
Now that I think about it, my sources aren't too... what I would say reliable, since I cannot read Japanese and your assumption, I think maybe be more correct than mine.

From what I know, I do believe that is her real name, till I can find reliable sources other wise, i'll still believe that.

I'll let you do a little digging up and see what you get or what other post ^^

edit - now that I take a closer look, I think you are correct. Like you said it's just a title for the book like the "moonlight tea part". I dunno no more, lol ^_^

It's hard to find information when you cannot read Japanese and English sites just don't have enough informations >.<
I'm still not sure: the Blosson Colors booklet just released says Tinker Bell and not Tinkle:

http://pireze.org/files/releases/%5bpireze%5dTINKLE_Blossom_Colors/%5bpireze%5dTINKLE_Blossom_Colors_01.jpg

and that's C73. I'll leave the tinkle/tinkerbell tags alone for the moment since I'm not really sure.
Still waiting for my stuff from c73 to arrive :/ should be next week.
dovac said:
Still waiting for my stuff from c73 to arrive :/ should be next week.
Where do you usually order them?
Paganini said:
Where do you usually order them?
I usually get them off auctions using an auction agent, crescent shop is my usual choice since its all automated and you can start bidding right away.
Someone mentioned shoppingmalljapan.com: has anyone used it? The prices seem a bit hard to believe: the price page doesn't list international shipping prices, so international shipping is included in the commission fee? And the site looks a bit ... homebrew, but if they're actually reputable and the total costs are what they're saying, that's interesting.

crescent-shop's prices look a lot more like what I expect it to cost (costly deputy fee + international shipping).
I only like SMJ cause of their "storage" thingy ^^
What?English? Where is this?