But for some odd reason they do not have that same button when you start a new thread. Bizarre
Yup. Bump the Koreans?
I've got it. Just another CAPTCHA. Doesn't seem to be as bad as the old one used to be.
Ahhh. Only the known troublemakers are getting the captcha.
Maybe only non-owners? I don't have it.
@KP in NPT
Coastal_Cruiser: What's the point of being grown up if you can't be childish from time-to-time?
Yep. And not an owner.
I in fact am a robot...robot....robot
Id -- maybe I'm turning into a robot?!?
beep boop bop... they're onto us!!!
ReD, None at all. ;>
The original captcha you referenced on this board was before my time, but I am so grateful they didn't employ the "were gonna make it nearly impossible for you to get past this" captcha this time around. I have been downright defeated by a couple of those. Absolute hieroglyphics. You stare. You squint. You cock your head. You wonder whether THIS particular captcha is going to be case sensitive. I feel sorry for the elderly. Computers are not really any easier to use than the use to be. Just challenging in a different way.
Yep. Got it.
Both S & 3 threads
Still Grinning ;-)
I have the robot button. I am not an owner (Yet).
Yep, not an owner.
But they really need it most for when you start a new thread - and they don't have it there. A little backwards?
mntlvr23: Yup. I think that Tesla may have something in the background that initially prevents new accounts from starting threads, until they have posted within an existing one a handful of times... It may not work very well, but you sometimes see a BOT reply to an older thread with nonsense. Some of them even copy an existing post word for word, and the BOT posts it as a reply to another existing thread in an attempt to 'validate' itself. Then later, the torrent of SPAM comes.
Yes. Looks like jumping dolphins
[sproingngngngngngn]D@mn. They caught me.
At least it shows that someone is doing something. That is a good thing.
I just got rejected by Google CAPTCHA instead of Mollom.
Then I posted again, copy/paste, and it loaded.
Mollom is still there
We're all part of a Turing Test.
It is AWFUL
So long as it keeps the Korean bots out, I'm happy
I have it and I am an owner and also a deposit holder.
Interesting Steve - is your account designated as an owner? Are you able to flag posts?
Yes, not an owner.
No robot button for me.
Robot button for me, but I just opened this account so who knows. Not an owner.
Yes, and not an owner.
It would make a good political slogan
No (owner). I never had to deal with this the first go around either.
I have it also. I lied I said I'm not a robot so I can post.
This is discrimination against the non-biological entities.
Seems strange most of the questions are if I can identify street signs I thought Tesla knew that robots can read street signs now.
Today I had to "select all images with belts" from a block of photos as well,
now its all images with street signs (there is a trick in that one)
LOL - Kaffine! I'm mostly getting street signs and cars.
I don't have it. I've also never had any problem posting links. I am not actually an owner, though I had a Model X reservation. I just wasn't able to complete the purchase due to changed finances. I do seem to have owner privileges, however, since I have the "flag as inappropriate" links...
So, I seem to be an edge case all around :)
Maybe these are photos uploaded from the AP2 cars that it had issues figuring out. They need to have people review them and mark what are the signs and cars but it is expensive to hire that many people. Just get the people posting on the forums to do it for free.
I may not be a robot, but apparently I am training them in how to recognize street signs. And cars.
Thank you kindly.
Well, I have the "not a robot" button, but I appear to have passed some test - now when I click it, I don't have to actually perform their stupid little cognition tests. I get the checkmark immediately.
I'm OK with that...
Are the ?'s in Korean?
Why do we need to see this every time. Can they not limit it to once per ID or at least once per login
Iwantmy3: They used to, once. Didn't work. Hence the timeout of logins to the site, and continual challenges at the gate. 'Never trust the Client.'