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Donation progress for February 2020

So far, approximately $116.32 has been raised out of our target of $250.00. We're about 47% of the way there! Please note: this tracker is updated manually—don't worry if your donation doesn't show up immediately!

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Is there a way to detect updated Patreon posts?

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Some artists will upload a post to Patreon, and then afterwards update the post with the actual art, whether it be for correction purposes or circumventing yiff.party, etc. Is there a way this site can pick up on updated posts or do we need to rely on Patreons downloading the file manually and uploading them here?

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Bruh

>>57543
Does that do anything? I’ve used it in the past and either nothing happens or it says "post cannot be flagged at this time".

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Flagging hasn't worked for me in a good while. I've wanted to request updates on a few things

>>57543
>>57545
>>58000
even back when flagging worked it never did anything
I remember flagging a few outdated posts and literally none of them ever actually got updated

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read the second post and got my hopes up
dang

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