ssagwp said:
Can we make it so that when I download an illustration from the .net site the illustration should say " - ..." instead of " - ..." 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.

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
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 include theirs in the image URLs only and I copy and paste from there.

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