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    tomsit replied to the thread ModerateContent Chevereto Plugin.
    Works perfectly. I ordered the enterprise plan for the minimum of $100 /month you get 1 million images per month and a much faster API.
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    tomsit reacted to Rodolfo's post in the thread ModerateContent Chevereto Plugin with Like Like.
    I've plans to integrate this into Chevereto and I'm thinking in a couple optimizations at our end: A cache (to avoid flooding the same...
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    tomsit updated their status.
    Bought back my baby. It's game time!
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    My first advice: Don't spend any money to promote your site just yet. You must first lay a good foundation, do the groundwork and build...
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    tomsit replied to the thread I'm BORED !!!.
    Nice. We got an old but pristine marex 77 for a good price and we've already had so much fun. Just waiting for warmer weather so we can...
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    tomsit replied to the thread I'm BORED !!!.
    Same here, gaming isn't the same anymore. Lost complete interest 2 years ago. Basically it's a lot of tv-shows. Been watching Westworld...
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    tomsit reacted to rdn's post in the thread Auto detect Adult Content and hide with Like Like.
    Official Guide for those who didn't know yet https://moderatecontent.com/documentation/chevereto
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    If you want to add content/edit the homepage you can find index.php in /app/themes/Peafowl/views/ To make your edits persistent...
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    tomsit reacted to mkerala2's post in the thread Moderate images using AI with Like Like.
    Yeah, my tables don't have those prefix.
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    tomsit replied to the thread Moderate images using AI.
    Dang. Found this issue, it's stupid. I didn't think of the table name. You probably dont use the default "chv_" once I changed images to...
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    tomsit replied to the thread Moderate images using AI.
    Tried implementing this, but it throws a warning: Warning: mysqli_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, bool given in...
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    tomsit replied to the thread Moderate images using AI.
    Yeah, best option would be to leave the adult content as is and just run a db command to mark everything as nfsw and "start fresh" Btw...
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    tomsit replied to the thread Moderate images using AI.
    Thanks for this. Do you know if this moderation api can scan the current library of uploaded images and mark/delete unwanted images...
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    tomsit reacted to mkerala2's post in the thread Moderate images using AI with Like Like.
    Since I use Google ads, every image had to be moderated before I could show ads. With Moderatecontent API, we could automate this task...
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