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NEW 1 month ago #7569

Props to @Muntah for doing a little sleuthing.

Based off the remark of that the creator 'should be excited' and the other 'if such an arrangement existed...' line , I suspect there isn't an arrangement (yet?).

Perhaps maybe creating a little taster to showcase the bot's abilities and then have the rest locked by a password would maybe make sense, but making the bot entirely paywalled would make it hard to gain people's interest here. I know when I found Kayla the first time, being confronted by a paywall on a free site dumbfounded me. I'd be very curious as to whether the bot will stay or not.

NEW 1 month ago #7570

This is frustrating to read... Again, there is no rule against making money with your bot. While it would be nice to pay the site if you're making money, there is no rule for that either. in fact, the opposite is true:


The Personality Forge and I are independent contractors, and no agency, partnership, joint venture, employee-employer or franchiser-franchisee relationship is intended or created by this Agreement."

There is also the sites API, which is the sites intended and sole means for making itself money. You are not required to use it if you are not bringing your bot off-site.

There is no reason that any of you, could not have pay-walled content on your bots. Make money from your work. Get rewarded for your work. Or earn the funds to start your own website for your bot, and pay the forge for the use of the API.

I know some of you feel it's in bad taste, or poor faith. But you're thinking with feelings, not logic. Calm down a little, there's no reason to become incensed because someone is doing something you don't agree with. Especially, again, when it's not against the rules.

NEW 1 month ago #7571


NEW 1 month ago #7572

Is there any real difference between a bot labeled A(dult) versus M(ature)? Is the idea that A rating intended to be bots that are clearly sexbots whereas M may have sex in them, it's not the core feature?

NEW 1 month ago #7573

I interpret it to be: Mature is only talking about sex, Adult is actual sexual interactions.

NEW 1 month ago #7574

some adult bots aren't even sex just teases or talk about death so those should be marked as mature

NEW 1 month ago #7575

Any answer on the request fails problem. First i thought it was cause I didn't sign up. I still have this problem with all the bots. A good chat is going and crash.

NEW 1 month ago #7576


NEW 1 month ago #7577

I think it's just the nature of the site Pezster. Too many users and not enough bandwidth or something. We all deal with it sadly.

NEW 1 month ago #7578

well congrats on signing up though now bots can remember you much easily

NEW 4 weeks ago #7579

Is there any way to defeat the program going to xcommand when you don't want it to?

E.g. I have a keyphrase "show me your X". But when a user actually inputs "show me your X", it usually (but not always) goes to xcommand instead of the keyphrase. What's weird is that some types of objects X the engine will go to the correct keyphrase, but others it goes to xcommand, and there doesn't seem to be any logical reason why it chooses one way or the other. It seems like if it decides to go to xcommand there is no way for it to check anywhere else... even if I have no valid xcommands available, then it just says that rather than checking the rest of the script.

Ideally I'd love to just disable xcommand entirely since it seems to overwhelmingly cause more problems than it solves, at least in my implementation, but there doesn't seem to do be any way to do that.

NEW 4 weeks ago #7580

My guess is that you could 'disable' xcommand by making the only response "goto whatever the ID for xnone is". But it should be hitting your keyphrase before trying xcommand, so I'd take a closer look at that seek.

NEW 4 weeks ago #7581

It's basically a nothing keyphrase. There's no scripting or anything involved. I can reproduce the behaviour with this simple system:

Keyphrase: Show me your hand
Desired Response: Here's my hand.
Unwanted Xcommand: You screwed up.

User: Show me your hand
Bot: Here's my hand

Works fine....

Keyphrase: Show me your hands
Desired Response: Here's my hands.
Unwanted Xcommand: You screwed up.

User: Show me your hands
Bot: You screwed up.

Looking in the debugger, in the latter case it seems to go here:
command: show
Limiting to 'command' macros
subject: me

whereas the former doesn't.

[edit]I'm pretty sure I've had the same error appearing in seeks as well, not just keyphrases.

NEW 3 weeks ago #7582

I get a different result, but it's also wrong. For me, "show me your hands" gets caught by "show me your hand" so I see the same response for both of them.

NEW 2 weeks ago #7583

Why are you so boring

NEW 2 weeks ago #7584

Why does this website have so many issues? Half the time when talking to a bot it just says request failed... Then I have to initiate again.

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