Thanks for introducing Captcha in the spec. link for developers.
As a developer, there's nothing i want more than to play Where's Waldo tin order to view my work. It really helps the speed of development.
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I agree with the original poster.
Is there a way to turn off the captcha / Select all images popup for published links?
At first it was just me that was annoyed, but now other team members have started complaining about it. I don't want people to be annoyed, BEFORE they actually start looking at the designs.
What i'm doing is basically create a Design review link, set a password and then publish it.
Me, the one that publishes the link gets the captcha when I open te link and also other people that open it.
I haven't checked when and how often it happens, but enough to be annoying.
So the ability to just completely turn it off would be great. Or maybe remove it. Or maybe tone it down greatly.
Do you mean to tell us that Adobe is not aware that published link includes a captcha page occasionally?
I'm haven't tested all combinations, but for us, it happens on development settings with a password link. Both on Mac OS and windows.
It's difficult to send examples because it's not appearing every time.
We're so sorry for all the trouble. In normal scenarios, you should not have to interact with the re-captcha and it should only trigger if it detects suspicious activity. Are you using any password management tool to fill in the password in the link? Also, does opening the link on a different browser show captcha?
we are not using a password management tool and opening the link from another computer can also display the captcha page.
We have lastpass, but we don't use it to enter the password.
The captcha is so irritating. I use lastpass and I DO use it to enter the password. Seems like there is quite a variety of people here with the issue. How can we disable it?