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a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Example 1: What browser addons do you use to protect your privacy? 5 years and 2 months ago
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a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Example 1: What browser addons do you use to protect your privacy? 5 years and 2 months ago
Ahh! : D That makes sense. : )
BTW, I wasn't able to find a way of editing my post. Is this a bug?

If not, why not allow people to edit their comments? I mean, after all, you do have a CAPTCHA on the Sign up-page. : )
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Example 1: What browser addons do you use to protect your privacy? 5 years and 2 months ago
Sorry! Don't mind the "li"-gibbish in my above reply! I was just trying to make a nice little list. : )

Could we make it easy to see what BBCode is allowed, and what i not? : )
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Example 1: What browser addons do you use to protect your privacy? 5 years and 2 months ago
Personally, I always use many different add-ons. Actually it's a ton of them. : )

I especially like these:
[ul]
[li]Google/Yandex search link fix
It's long name , I know; but it is a huge help in protecting your privacy, when using Google.
TL;DR: I make Google not capable of seeing which (Google) search results you click.[/li]

[li]RefControl
It makes Firefox block and/or alter the referrer send to websites each time you visit them.[/li]

[li]Xmarks
I love this one! It's a browser add-on, working cross-browser/platform, that syncs your browsers bookmarks, between all of your devices. It's a must-have, if you're using more than one computer.[/li]
a comment on the General Rambling Ideas on how to make the Community Platform more accessible 5 years and 2 months ago
Hi,

As part of my education as "web developer" (roughly translated : P), I've been taught about accessability.
One of the things, I've learned was related to the use of CAPTCHAs.

The problem
Most people don't have any problems solving CAPTCHAs. But for some people, it might be a hard task to complete.

E.g. a blind person wouldn't be able to solve the CAPTCHA on the "Sign up"-page, here at the Community Platform, because he/she can't see the word of the CAPTCHA.

One solution of this problem is to provide an audio version of the word as explained here.

The solution
We should give people the possibility of being able to "listen" to CAPTCHAs, at the same as the "regular" CAPTCHA is shown.

There is already a script available, that makes this possible. It is named Securimage, and it is really customizable.... Sorry, Getty, it's made in PHP. ; )



That's just my two cents, but don't hestiate to ask if there's anything you want to know! : )

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Casper Qvortrup
a comment on the blog post GEL Talk 5 years and 6 months ago
Wow! That is a very informative video! Good job. : )
a comment on the blog post Friends Newsletter #39 5 years and 6 months ago
First of all, congratulations! You... no, we all.. have done a great job! : )

By the way, the WikiHow link seems to be wrong. It goes to the wrong tweet. : )
a comment on the token Embed Elsewhere: in the domain DuckDuckGo.com for the language Danish in Denmark 5 years and 10 months ago
I've just discovered that I made a mistake and submitting the translation before I was done writing it in it's whole. I've just submitted a new translation that's now correct. Please update the current translation, as it makes no sense. Thanks!
a comment on the token More in the domain DuckDuckGo.com for the language Danish in Denmark 5 years and 10 months ago
The first character should be in uppercase in all languages.
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