Mr_PenguinAlex

Support, but instead, how about a voice says “press space when you the drum is hit”, and there's a picture of a drum that makes a drum sound when it gets hit, and you have to press space whenever you hear the sound or see that it has been hit. There's also the instructions the voice gave above the drum. That way anyone can use the captcha.

congyingzhou

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Support, but instead, how about a voice says “press space when you the drum is hit”, and there's a picture of a drum that makes a drum sound when it gets hit, and you have to press space whenever you hear the sound or see that it has been hit. There's also the instructions the voice gave above the drum. That way anyone can use the captcha.
Hmmm, but that wouldn't work on people who's hearing is disabled

I-Iz-A-Litten

congyingzhou wrote:

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Support, but instead, how about a voice says “press space when you the drum is hit”, and there's a picture of a drum that makes a drum sound when it gets hit, and you have to press space whenever you hear the sound or see that it has been hit. There's also the instructions the voice gave above the drum. That way anyone can use the captcha.
Hmmm, but that wouldn't work on people who's hearing is disabled

Maybe a captcha that shows a sprite or two, and you are asked what's going on in the image.

Example:



What is Gobo standing next to?

  • Pencil
  • Watermelon
  • Apple

EIephant_Lover

openPoll wrote:

-snip-

That looks like a great CAPTCHA, I think this would work best.

DownsGameClub

openPoll wrote:

Hi_I_am_Alex wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:

image snip
I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.
I think they meant visually impaired, which (in)conveniently I am…
Yeah, my bad. I meant visually impaired.
Still, anyone have suggestions for those who have such impairments?

openPoll

DownsGameClub wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Hi_I_am_Alex wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:

image snip
I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.
I think they meant visually impaired, which (in)conveniently I am…
Yeah, my bad. I meant visually impaired.
Still, anyone have suggestions for those who have such impairments?
IMO, there should be a voice that automatically says alternative instructions for the visually impaired
Upon verification start
“If you are visually impaired, please press *button* to access the CAPTCHA for the visually impaired. If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the ”Verify“ button on-screen instead.”

I-Iz-A-Litten

openPoll wrote:

-Snip-
If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the “Verify” button on-screen instead."

What about we use just the “verify” CAPTCHA?

DownsGameClub

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

openPoll wrote:

-Snip-
If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the “Verify” button on-screen instead."

What about we use just the “verify” CAPTCHA?

Clarify for me please…?

I-Iz-A-Litten

DownsGameClub wrote:

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

openPoll wrote:

-Snip-
If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the “Verify” button on-screen instead."

What about we use just the “verify” CAPTCHA?

The CAPTCHA where you click a checkbox that says “I am not a robot”

DownsGameClub

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

openPoll wrote:

-Snip-
If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the “Verify” button on-screen instead."

What about we use just the “verify” CAPTCHA?

The CAPTCHA where you click a checkbox that says “I am not a robot”
We can't use that as Google is blocked in China, which includes that particular CAPTCHA.

congyingzhou

DownsGameClub wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Hi_I_am_Alex wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:

image snip
I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.
I think they meant visually impaired, which (in)conveniently I am…
Yeah, my bad. I meant visually impaired.
Still, anyone have suggestions for those who have such impairments?
Eh, I don’t get how you can use Scratch efficiently if you have such impairments…

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

I-Iz-A-Litten wrote:

openPoll wrote:

-Snip-
If you do not want to complete this CAPTCHA, please click the “Verify” button on-screen instead."

What about we use just the “verify” CAPTCHA?

The CAPTCHA where you click a checkbox that says “I am not a robot”

That does not work in China.

KDT123

Yeah I support this. This should prevent bots, automated accounts and spam accounts from being made.

FrostyRAhAz

Since saying support is cliche I'm gonna start saying, “Agreed!” Congrats, your topic is the first one to be “agreed” by me.
Agreed! It would be a great way to prevent robots, spam accounts, and sketchy software.

Mr_PenguinAlex

congyingzhou wrote:

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Support, but instead, how about a voice says “press space when you the drum is hit”, and there's a picture of a drum that makes a drum sound when it gets hit, and you have to press space whenever you hear the sound or see that it has been hit. There's also the instructions the voice gave above the drum. That way anyone can use the captcha.
Hmmm, but that wouldn't work on people who's hearing is disabled
They would see the drum being hit.

coder2045

coder2045 wrote:


but not the one where you select the squares with traffic lights (or crosswalks or trucks or stores….) Those take me about 50 tries to pass it.
I just had to do one of those when I was logging on to Ninjakiwi and it took me about 10 minutes and 35 tries to pass. Good thing that's not happening on Scratch.

D-ScratchNinja

I support! This feature would add an extra security layer.
I have one that might be hard for bots to crack:
Select all the blocks with both a 6 and 2 in them. If there are none, click skip.

1f26a :: operators
d0954 :: pen
1a931 :: pen
d046c :: pen
62e96 :: operators
957dc :: pen
18846 :: pen
02ae2 :: pen
90226 :: operators
277e6 :: operators
(Finish::#0080FF )

CatsUnited

coder2045 wrote:

coder2045 wrote:


but not the one where you select the squares with traffic lights (or crosswalks or trucks or stores….) Those take me about 50 tries to pass it.
I just had to do one of those when I was logging on to Ninjakiwi and it took me about 10 minutes and 35 tries to pass. Good thing that's not happening on Scratch.
It can't due to the large number of Scratchers from mainland China, since the CAPTCHA you're talking about (reCAPTCHA) uses images from Google (and I think is owned by Google as well?). reCAPTCHA is effective against spambots though, since it's sometimes hard for people to do the puzzles, like what you've done.

openPoll

Sigton wrote:

Delusional Title/Clickbait:

Please refrain from adding percentages or the amount of supporters to a title. Even if it does attract users it can be dishonest at times, and bias answers. Also, please don't use antagonizing phrases that place a person in a position of:

Fix please https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/215499/

Also not 100% support

congyingzhou

openPoll wrote:

Sigton wrote:

Delusional Title/Clickbait:

Please refrain from adding percentages or the amount of supporters to a title. Even if it does attract users it can be dishonest at times, and bias answers. Also, please don't use antagonizing phrases that place a person in a position of:

Fix please https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/215499/

Also not 100% support
Same as what I said in the other topic

KDT123 wrote:

Yeah I support this. This should prevent bots, automated accounts and spam accounts from being made.
OH HELLO YOU HERE

go to TIPS!!!

D-ScratchNinja wrote:

I support! This feature would add an extra security layer.
I have one that might be hard for bots to crack:
Select all the blocks with both a 6 and 2 in them. If there are none, click skip.

~snip~
Hmm, that seems easy for bots to detect.

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

congyingzhou wrote:

Mr_PenguinAlex wrote:

Support, but instead, how about a voice says “press space when you the drum is hit”, and there's a picture of a drum that makes a drum sound when it gets hit, and you have to press space whenever you hear the sound or see that it has been hit. There's also the instructions the voice gave above the drum. That way anyone can use the captcha.
Hmmm, but that wouldn't work on people who's hearing is disabled
They would see the drum being hit.
So how much out would count as correct
Because it's impossible that the human being's reactions are that fast.
Also, the bot could pick up the audio and bypass the captcha.

openPoll

congyingzhou wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Sigton wrote:

Delusional Title/Clickbait:

Please refrain from adding percentages or the amount of supporters to a title. Even if it does attract users it can be dishonest at times, and bias answers. Also, please don't use antagonizing phrases that place a person in a position of:

Fix please https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/215499/

Also not 100% support
Same as what I said in the other topic
Still not 100% support