ssagwp said:
Can we make it so that when I download an illustration from the .net site the illustration should say "Konachan.net - ..." instead of "Konachan.com - ..." because when my dad sees the wallpaper name and checks the site he is like "why are you downloading from a restricted site?" and i am like I downloaded it from a safe site not a restricted site. It is tiring to change all the names when i download illustrations because i download like a shit ton of wallpapers.

It's kind of a request instead of a suggestion but thought i post it here instead of make a "I have a request" thread on the forums.

P.S: I hope the higher ups don't mind the intrusion of it being a request instead of a suggestion.
Write a batch file script to automatically change the name. A useful skill to learn.
Emmy's right. My file names are crazy. They range from "reeeeeeeee.jpg" to "yeeet yaaa.png" to "beeeech whaaat.mp3". Get creatif
Kiho said:
Write a batch file script to automatically change the name. A useful skill to learn.
How do I do it?
You can learn about scripting by searching for tutorials on the web - for an brief introduction, you will need edlin to reformat the file name so I included a link to the wiki for that too.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edlin

You can find more on the web. If you want to get way more serious, you can download more extensive scripting languages such as perl https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perl
I save all my image files downloaded from boorus using their MD5 hash as their filename (that way if I try to download the same file months or years later I'll get an overwrite warning informing me that I already have it, even if I'm downloading from a different website). Danbooru and Sankaku already have theirs included in the filenames automatically, whereas Konachan and Yande.re include theirs in the image URLs only and I copy and paste from there.
Hi,

Would it be possible to add a Access-Control-Allow-Origin header when responding to API call so we could easily use XmlHttpRequest ?