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  1. Maybe not having them in the puzzle section perhaps. I am indifferent if they stay or go. So I will go with what the majority says. I don't know how this supposed rule would apply to public invites into private raffle chains that may contain them but that may go by what is considered as a private raffle. I think more opinions are needed. I'm sure most will say "ban the jigsaws that have an overly large amount of pieces" however if all jigsaws are tedious to moderate by staff then ultimately it's their choice.
  2. Perhaps Yeah, I think the user should link all their jigidi URL's in the solution section so that mods can skip ahead and check if the rest of the jigsaws are solved too. Anyways, jigidi (and by extension, itstoohard.com) are some nice websites but they are external and don't seem to be affiliated with scrap.tf so it would be interesting or (maybe even odd) for scrap.tf to acknowledge it as an additional official rule. I guess multiple jigsaw links comes down to how scrap.tf places strong emphasis that the solution box must explain everything and not just "put together all the pieces and you get another jigsaw link lol". People have been writing the answers for their itstoohard.com quiz in the solution box too which is nice, but not everybody has (or realises that they probably should). Edit: I think they should also make sure that they solve their jigidi in a reasonable time. Someone shouldn't post an overly large jigsaw that they solved themselves and it took several hours but the time they allocated for the puzzle raffle was only an hour and/or had limited entries.
  3. Yeah, we're unable to edit the solution box on a stand by raffle that isn't ready yet, which is tedious if we've made an error in the puzzle and need to update the solution to fit the fix. We can edit a lot of other stuff, it's a little odd as to why we're unable to edit the solution box too.
  4. I have seen already ended auction links in raffles and such (as far as I can see), they haven't been removed. Maybe they do allow posting ended auctions but that rule does not explicitly state that the auction is allowed to be inactive. So I don't know if that rule could use an update or if they actually don't allow auction links of any kind but haven't enforced it much.
  5. Not sure if this is a bug or not but when a raffle gets closed, this no longer appears on the closed raffle (and it has been removed on all closed raffles). It was kind of a useful notice to have but I don't know if it was intended to be removed.
  6. Early this year, scheduled raffles were added for premium users: https://scrap.tf/raffles/J3CWNO When a scheduled raffle is made, there is no way for users to know at what date the raffle will begin. The sender of the scheduled raffle may state the date that it starts but there is no way of confirming what they said is true or not. Already rafflers have decided to use this lack of date info to create "blind" scheduled raffles that may begin at an unknown date, and then linking it publicly for people to periodically refresh a single page. There have also been instances where big event raffles have set their schedule date for their sub raffles after the main event has started, which often causes confusion and other little disadvantages to the participants depending on the type of event. Now that the community has picked up on this, there may be continued abuse of this system in the future. To mitigate this, display the date that the raffle will begin on the raffle page, something like this: Then users will be able to know when the raffle will start if it's ever linked publicly, limiting any surprises that may come from it, or any schedule mistakes or ill-intentions from future rafflers.
  7. Looking at the new changelog from today, I'm assuming this has now been fixed.
  8. I don't know the cause but I'm assuming if the raffles are short enough, people can somehow still submit more (public) raffles than is allowed in 24 hours regardless of their premium status(?). Here is a series that a premium user (likely unknowingly) created at the time this thread was posted. The limit for premium is said to be 8 but there is 9 here: 1. https://scrap.tf/raffles/6MS0TX 2. https://scrap.tf/raffles/DABS77 3. https://scrap.tf/raffles/4YQE2Z 4. https://scrap.tf/raffles/HCULL9 5. https://scrap.tf/raffles/O2WKVI 6. https://scrap.tf/raffles/GJFEXJ 7. https://scrap.tf/raffles/13CNSB 8. https://scrap.tf/raffles/4HGQ6K 9. https://scrap.tf/raffles/LX1JZP So it seems that this issue is still persisting and I am creating a thread about it because Jesse said.
  9. The limit is said for regular users that they can make 4 raffles in 24 hours, yet someone else (unknowingly) made 5 (short) raffles in 24 hours. 1. https://scrap.tf/raffles/FGDOX9 2. https://scrap.tf/raffles/LOPAJG 3. https://scrap.tf/raffles/HRZM5B 4. https://scrap.tf/raffles/5NE7CS 5. https://scrap.tf/raffles/SVGOC3 Is this intended?
  10. Forgot to post this. It happens on puzzle raffles too: https://scrap.tf/raffles/ZUGO82 Non scheduled.
  11. On top of that (without making a new thread about this). Some regular user may have accidentally or unknowingly(?) made about 20 public raffles in a short time-span, bypassing the raffle limit well past even the super premium limit. The raffles: https://scrap.tf/raffles/1U7IHR https://scrap.tf/raffles/NX119A https://scrap.tf/raffles/FKF0VD https://scrap.tf/raffles/8W2B6C https://scrap.tf/raffles/BKGME8 https://scrap.tf/raffles/3ZA1FW https://scrap.tf/raffles/BIYWMC https://scrap.tf/raffles/5DZFC0 https://scrap.tf/raffles/XQ28GU https://scrap.tf/raffles/1D4VJF https://scrap.tf/raffles/148YCC https://scrap.tf/raffles/4V0HJE https://scrap.tf/raffles/GBK2SV https://scrap.tf/raffles/XGBY0Q https://scrap.tf/raffles/EFPHZV https://scrap.tf/raffles/45KMQS https://scrap.tf/raffles/LQX0KA https://scrap.tf/raffles/NCOE7E https://scrap.tf/raffles/ATWQ3A https://scrap.tf/raffles/BDTCD5 Could that also be related to this issue?
  12. Yes. I tried it again. It said "You selected an invalid item, this attempt has been logged." I only tried because you asked. Thanks.
  13. I was curious enough to try this and I think I can confirm, I was able to get the bot to also send me some trade offers for the (at the time) overstocked kits: (Obviously I declined the trades but the assumed exploit still works.)
  14. I also never logged in to backpack.tf and tried accessing these domains on different internet connections. Edit: On further testing, private mode in Chrome seems to have allowed me back in. I don't know for how long. Safari's private mode still does not. Non-private mode in both browsers still wont let me through. Edit 2: Yes, the error happens when it wants to check the browser again after the first time. Private mode stopped working again. Edit 3: I can access scrap.tf on this device again since the browser checker was removed. Backpack.tf still remains an error. Edit 4: The browser checker is now gone from backpack.tf and the device can now use these sites freely. Edit 5: The new browser checker works fine on this device!
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