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livedoor.2.blogimg.jp? Kona has had two from erikzon.deviantart.com for 5 months.
I'm still not sure how left the url on the source field.
I only use the source field for transporting an image directly, but when I do this, the box on the source was always empty on the result.
O_o
You actually got a reply from bluestorm? And the english is as bad as SennoMakoto's was. (a kona user that had the same inability to read tag help, comments, and PMs)

btw, I reversed all 48 of bbjc's tag script edits.
I was about to start doing those by hand... glad you got to it before I did :)
by hand? You just use the undo on history on the index
SciFi said:
You actually got a reply from bluestorm?
ff.. it's my line not him (ノω〃)
I need to input the source on the source box after uploaded it when I use a direct image importing using the source box. I'm wondering why there are many pics with the urls. if they're by my way of uploads, all of them are needed inputted manually 2 times (while uploading, and after uploaded)
SciFi said:
by hand? You just use the undo on history on the index
I'm kind of new to this site... I've had an account for a while and I've been lurking for ever but I've never really contributed. These were the first modifications I've ever done on Danbooru in general so I didn't know that. Good to know, though, thanks!
midzki said:
ff.. it's my line not him (ノω〃)
I need to input the source on the source box after uploaded it when I use a direct image importing using the source box. I'm wondering why there are many pics with the urls. if they're by my way of uploads, all of them are needed inputted manually 2 times (while uploading, and after uploaded)
That's what I did before. I had to add the source once again if I was transferring images from pixiv. However, now I start using danboouUP, it doesn't have this problem (actually it uploads image from your local image cache).