• Do you use Discord? Do you like catching Pokémon? Have you heard of Elaria? If you answered yes to the first two, you should give it a go! Professor Tilia is always looking for new people to help fill her Living Dex!

    It just so happens she is hosting an event right now, where you could even get your own Pokémon form added into the game! Details can be found over in the Elaria discord server, right here
  • All content from the former Roleplaying Games forum has been merged into the Writers' Workshop forum. You can find more information in this thread.

    We hope to see you roleplaying away soon!
  • What happened to the Pokemon GO section?

    Hey all! We wanted to let everyone know that the Pokemon GO section has officially been merged into the Pokemon Video Games section. You can find more information in this thread.

  • Hey everyone! The Writer's Workshop is hosting an exciting event, Trainers of Fanfiction! It's a community event focused around your characters!

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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    Use this page to report bad ads directly when you find any: ReportAd The way that page works, it should be much easier for them to be dealt with than before.
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    @Arcorann, @GlitchedNightmare, @returnofmastercrazyhand, if you have intrusive video ads, as much detail as you can provide on them can only help us. Like screenshots of the advertisements, the URLs of the ads, and the URLs they're directing to. Without this sort of info, we're hard pressed to...
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    Packet capturing is the same process as packet sniffing, yeah. I don't know enough about Android and packet sniffing and VPNs, or about the Packet Capture program, to at all tell you whether to trust it. From the bit I've gathered, creating a VPN may be necessary for some Android packet...
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    No, it doesn't sound like it's a generic packet sniffer, it just does some other specific network stuff.
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    Here's a nuclear option... Have you ever heard of Wireshark? =P If you could install that (and if you can manage to handle it, it's definitely a bit sophisticated) or some alternative packet sniffer on your tablet, you should be able to figure out what images your tablet is downloading and...
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    It doesn't look like you're doing exactly what you were before. If you can still try to recreate the circumstances you showed in your first post and find the URL of that image, that would be great. But if you can't tell us the URL for the actual, offending/offensive image, there's not much we...
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    If you missed my previous response, please try finding out the URL of the image/thumbnail that you are seeing. (Not its location in our Archives.) That should mean something like a right-click on the image you're seeing, and then Copy Image Location, or View Image and then copy the URL it's at...
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    Bad Ad Reporting Thread

    This is sort of a known issue that's unfortunately not at all simple for us to solve conclusively. If you still see those images and you can tell us their address(es) (something like right click and Copy Image Location, or View Image and then copy the URL it's at), we should be able to do...
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