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Friday, December 30, 2011

RANT WARNING! Captcha Friggin' Hell!

Alright.  I'm not complaining about the Blogger captchas - those I can read.

I'm complaining about a forum for a new RPG (won't name it yet) where it uses "Chaptchas From Friggin' Hell!"  WTF were they thinking?  The letters would be hard enough to read if they weren't indistinct with multiple friggin' lines going thru them!  I gave up after 6 tries with the SAME DAMN LETTERS!  Even with the image changing and the letters staying the same I couldn't figure it out.  I finally settled on having it read them to me.  I might as well be blind at this point (for a while there I thought I might have been going that route).

Finally got the letters right, but then my password wasn't long enough.  Got it long enough, but then it told me I needed upper case, lower case and numbers.  Holy shit, it's a freaking forum for a frigging game!  This forum has more security then my bank, which is scary.  I was really close to saying f' it all, I was getting that frustrated.

I think I need to pour a pint from my Beertender to relax.

Not that I really need an excuse to pour a pint from my Beertender.  ;)

4 comments:

  1. I've had a couple like that, and it is so flippin ridiculous! I feel your pain!

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  2. Thanks Dave. BTW, I poured 2 pints ;)

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  3. I considered hanging a captcha on my blogs, but find that akismet does a good enough job catching spam comments. Add in a requirement that each poster have an approved comment before it'll automatically accept later ones without moderation and I'm in pretty good shape.

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  4. How about a pint from pilz brewery?

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