Please make an even worse captcha, thanks.
A genuine reason to change the captcha is if someone were to upload illegal content. In those instances, it would be faster to report someone by emailing the administration about the specific post.
Get a better IQ
It's weird that you can make a post without having to solve a captcha, but you have to fill one out when reporting someone. It's safe to assume spam and low effort bait stay up longer on this site than any other one on the webring due to the captcha.
It's probably easier for bots to exploit the report system.
>tfw you finally figure out how the caption works
It's not about IQ, I know how it works. It's just imprecise and shit.
>imprecise and shit
Your IQ is shit. I have never failed a captcha again after seeing the first 10 or 20.
Why would a bot want to send reports? Nobody's going to see it except one or two moderators. If you want to overwhelm the server (DDOS) then it doesn't matter what you spam on.
The real reason is probably because this is once again something that developers just don't bother to think about and make better. You just need to be able to ban someone who sends bogus reports, mass-manage reports (e.g. dismiss all reports by an IP), and a way to toggle captcha on the report form in case someone starts harrassing admins with spam reports.
I don't think you know what IQ is you dumb faggot. There's nothing "IQ" taxing in having to match an image. But if your image-matching captcha is utter shit and designed by an equally retarded faggot, no amount of IQ will make it work better. Now promptly kill yourself.
Fuck what? Fucking WHAT?
There's too many knights, obviously! Do you even know how to play chess?
yeah remember that star chess piece
testing captcha, /test/ doesn't have captcha
The problem where you get the same captcha over and over seems to be caused by caching. Since the captcha image is loaded from a generic url (/captcha) it loads the result that was cached previously. You can fix it by using "/captcha?unique_number" instead of "/captcha" as the URL (where unique_number can be anything as long as it's different, for example current time).