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No Thanks-Stamp-Long button by Dinoclaws No Thanks-Stamp-Long button by Dinoclaws
Edit February 2: I changed the preview image for a stamp and revamped my long button.

I felt like doing this...I decided to do a version of *SparkLum's previous work.

So it contains the famous "Do not thank for the faves", with a "Do not thank for the llama" and a "Do not thank for the watch".

The Llama, Fave :+fav: and :+devwatch: belongs to their owners.

To use the stamp(which is the preview of this long button) simply copy and paste the thumbcode at the right to use it.

To use copy and paste the code below into a Custom box widget or your ID .

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To use the older version copy and paste the code below into a Custom box widget or your ID .

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An another long-button/stamp made by me:
For more of my Stamps/Badges/long buttons [click here].
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FaerieMayden Featured By Owner Edited Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I get thanked on here all the time. I've long ago decided that a "please don't thank me" on my page is ineffective. But when the message is there, and people still do it (from the looks of it, one or two people in the comments below do it because they consider it's not polite if you ignore them! I respect your opinion on calling it spam or not, but when people don't agree with you it's the nice thing to respect their opinion and not leave a thanks!), oftentimes because they don't pay attention (which is particularly interesting when you make it pretty obvious and stand out a lot), or just don't care. It's kinda frustrating.
DreamilicousDoodlez Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Student General Artist
I-Im sorry ;~;
I Just learned growing up say please and thank you DX
Dinoclaws Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
Eh, don't feel bad, it's a good thing to say please and thank you.

 It's just that on dA, some people don't want to be thanked for faving someones works and giving a llama as they would appreciate more meaningful comments. When they fave they simply wants to see more artwork of that person.:P
And this stamp-button doesn't cover much, since there is some thank you's that will always be appreciated, like when a user gives you out a subscription or points because of how much they appreciates you.:meow:
DreamilicousDoodlez Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Student General Artist
Ok :')
I Get it now ;w;
TrumpetProud Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Personally, I like it when people thank me, but that's just my opinion. :3
And I don't get spammed by people thanking me for faves, because I don't go on and fave bazillions of things at a time, like I see many people on here doing. O.o
Official-lunaflaire Featured By Owner May 27, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I really hate when people say "Thanks For The Fave" or something. It may sound nice, but it is annoying because it spams me.
Annissina Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I only ever thank people for the watch, and I absolutely always type it out (it's not a copy-paste). I do it because I'm happy they like my art enough to hit the watch button. I don't consider "thank you" comments to be spam, that's what your profile page is for. People can comment on your art all they want in your gallery.
FaerieMayden Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Regardless, though. If someone is asking politely that you do not "spam" their page, it is your job to respect their plea. If you don't see something anywhere saying not to, then goodness feel free.
Annissina Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I highly doubt 1 comment from me EVER is "spamming" anyone's page. Because that's what people get from me, unless they're my friends. If you're waiting for comments on your art on your profile page, you're gonna have to keep waiting. You're going to get it on your individual deviations. The comment section is there so we can communicate with each other. Would you rather I sent you a note instead? Also, has it ever crossed your mind some people might be spamming your profile just to troll you? Get off your high horse.
FaerieMayden Featured By Owner Edited Nov 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of all people to have a "high horse", I know it sure as Hell isn't me. Trust me on that one. But note how I said "its polite to respect other people's wishes, even if you don't necessarily agree with them"? Some people do acknowledge that you're trying to be polite but gently ask you to please not. Especially in more popular deviants. I've seen comment sections where they have literally nothing but "thanks!" for three pages. Don't you think they'd prefer a warm hello instead?

Also, me making a three-sentence statement gently pressing my opinion to try and help them see what my perspective on a situation is, does not define my personality, because never have I been rude to anyone without reason, and I sure as Hell am not smug. So you technically have no right to say I have a high horse in the first place.
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