'mushiking' maybe incorrect as an artist

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10 pages, almost alias of copyrigt:mushiking_(series) or copyright:kouchuu_ouja_mushiking_(series) (And most pics from shin_kouchuu_ouja_mushiking, the 2nd generation game)

Too many pics, i can't edit one by one

on the left side: change the mode "view" to "tag script".
-tag_you_want_removed (push space) and_write_the_tag_you_want_add
now you can click on the showed posts to make a mass edit of the tags.

important: change the mode back when you are done

namekianer said:

on the left side: change the mode "view" to "tag script".
-tag_you_want_removed (push space) and_write_the_tag_you_want_add
now you can click on the showed posts to make a mass edit of the tags.

important: change the mode back when you are done

If there isn't more easier way, i can only follow this. By the way, as a normal user, can i change an artist tag to other tag directly?

Komplementarität_die_Allthefallen said:

If there isn't more easier way, i can only follow this. By the way, as a normal user, can i change an artist tag to other tag directly?

There are limits, but yeah, for the most part users can indeed change the types of the tags. There are two ways to do it. First is to stick a prefix in front of the tag you want to change on an image that uses that tag. "copy:" for changing it to a copyright tag, "char:" for character, "art:" for artist, and I always forget the one for changing it to a general tag.

The other way is to search for that tag in the tag search function, and from the results you get a link to a page that will let you directly change that tag.

I mentioned limits. Tags that are on certain images cannot be changed by baseline users. These images are not common, and I don't know what makes an image get a tag stuck like this. One of the mods gave me a permission a while back that gets around this. But even with that permission if a tag has too many members, somewhere in the 900 to 1000 member range, changes fail. In theory the tags with that many members should be stable enough to not need changing, but the issue is there.

Leortha said:

There are limits, but yeah, for the most part users can indeed change the types of the tags. There are two ways to do it. First is to stick a prefix in front of the tag you want to change on an image that uses that tag. "copy:" for changing it to a copyright tag, "char:" for character, "art:" for artist, and I always forget the one for changing it to a general tag.

The other way is to search for that tag in the tag search function, and from the results you get a link to a page that will let you directly change that tag.

I mentioned limits. Tags that are on certain images cannot be changed by baseline users. These images are not common, and I don't know what makes an image get a tag stuck like this. One of the mods gave me a permission a while back that gets around this. But even with that permission if a tag has too many members, somewhere in the 900 to 1000 member range, changes fail. In theory the tags with that many members should be stable enough to not need changing, but the issue is there.

I had known these (how change general to art/copy/char, and how change art/copy/char to art/copy/char) , but actually i want to know if there is a way (prefix) for changing artist tags to general tags (when someone mistake something)

I had known these (how change general to art/copy/char, and how change art/copy/char to art/copy/char) , but actually i want to know if there is a way (prefix) for changing artist tags to general tags (when someone mistake something)

It exists. As I mentioned, I never remember what it is. Do the bit I mentioned about going to the tag search and see what it is called in the dropdown there for changing it directly. I know that all the prefixes are either the full name of the type or a shortened version on that same name.

Leortha said:

It exists. As I mentioned, I never remember what it is. Do the bit I mentioned about going to the tag search and see what it is called in the dropdown there for changing it directly. I know that all the prefixes are either the full name of the type or a shortened version on that same name.

Thank, i have found that this prefix just 'general:'. Maybe i thought too tortuously before

namekianer said:

on the left side: change the mode "view" to "tag script".
-tag_you_want_removed (push space) and_write_the_tag_you_want_add
now you can click on the showed posts to make a mass edit of the tags.

important: change the mode back when you are done

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