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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

Ahh, this is a great modern redesign!
10/10

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sudo wrote

Direct link to the image.

The "We rule you" part is crappily designed (Don't dead open inside, anyone?), but otherwise this is good.

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happysmash27 wrote

Lol, if I use the indirect link it says that Imgur is overloaded, but if I use the direct one it doesn't...

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sudo wrote

It does that all the time for me when I use Tor browser. Very rarely will Imgur albums and galleries load for me. I suspect it's because they try to serve users with normal browsers first, and only serve people using Tor browser when they have the capability to (I don't get why direct links to images never fail, though). If you see "imgur.com/" followed by 7 alphanumeric characters, just add .jpg to the end, and you won't get the "overloaded" message. If you see "imgur.com/a/" or "imgur.com/gallery/", you're fucked. Just keep refreshing, and hope that it eventually loads for you. Also, if there's ever an album that has more than 10 images in it, but you don't want to enable javascript to see the rest, just add "/zip" to the URL, and it'll let you download the entire album as a zip file (once you break through the "overloaded" messages).

I eventually got through on this one, so I copied the direct link, in case anyone else had the exact same problem. Looks like it came in handy.

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TheNewKing wrote

What works for me sometimes is requesting a new circuit for imgur on the onion icon.

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happysmash27 wrote

I don't use the Tor browser, but I do route most things from my normal browser over Tor. Perhaps you're on to something... thanks! The tips will probably end up being useful too.

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sudo wrote

If you're concerned about anonymity, you really should use the Tor browser. The Tor people specifically recommend against routing another browser through the Tor network, because there are lots of other features that other browsers have which could de-anonymize you.

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happysmash27 wrote

Both the Tor browser and Palemoon (my browser) are based on Firefox, and can be configured to be about the same (in fact, I believe that there is a web feature which Palemoon doesn't even support for privacy reasons), and since Palemoon is keeping support for the old addon framework, I prefer using it. Does the Tor Browser even work on Linux though? I remember it not working on Linux, but I may be mistaken.

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sudo wrote

Tor browser works perfectly fine on Linux - I'm using it on Linux right now.