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Stitching doesn't equals to put them together. These don't deserve to be parent.
Should we make a new fault tag that describe a bad stitching?
We must draw a quality line somewhere, otherwise bad money drives out good.

At least, this crap post #197303 should be deleted.
Yeah, "bad money drives out good", that's exactly what I said.. for all of these fixed images include crease-erasing ones.
we don't have that tag yet.
bad_fix is seems to be good to describe bad stitching.

I thought the definition as stitching.

Gap - Stitching that dont put together well.(e.g. post #193992)
Obvious distiortion - character or background looks lean or skewed.(e.g. post #175953 post #196074)

Naturally dakimakura partial scans are elastic and distorted, so only using autostitch tool would result in a distorted image.
We do need a fault tag for fixes which, objectively, are below-par. poor_fix ?
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*cough
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Radioactive said:
We do need a fault tag for fixes which, objectively, are below-par. poor_fix ?
The tag is for people to restrain posting a poor fix rather than to request to fix a poor fix.
crim said:
*cough
I forgot that one.

fonz said:
The tag is for people to restrain posting a poor fix rather than to request to fix a poor fix.
In which case we should delete poor fixes. The problem is finding the time/mods to evaluate fixes.
Radioactive said:
In which case we should delete poor fixes. The problem is finding the time/mods to evaluate fixes.
O.K. All right.
If I had more time, I would maintenance the tag....at least, with regard to dakimakura.