Deletention of scans

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What's going on? now bad upload images with pink hair girls(?)

sorry but always there was this type of scans why now deleted ? for example the scan of aikatsu :

the quality is good i do not see reason why they have been deleted :(

Quote by adri24rukiachan,

The scan you have submitted ([url=][/url]) was removed for one or more of the following reasons:

- The image was too small. Only scans with a clear subject of 1,000,000 pixels or more are accepted.
- The scan contains excessive artifacts. This includes, but is not limited to: page folds, dust, or text on the image.
- The image was enlarged. The majority of anime images found on the internet are not sufficient quality to be submitted at Minitokyo, please do not attempt to enlarge these images for submission.

If you still find the scan is of decent quality however, you can always submit it at Minitokyo's sister site: Zerochan.


Minitokyo Staff

This is an automated message and cannot be replied.

Additional information provided by the moderator:
Full of artifacts (see pink-haired girl\'s hair).

Inquiries can be made in the Deletion Complaints forum.

besides some deleted are pages of magazines i cannot understand :/


Retired Moderator, Tagger



The "pink-haired girl" comment was in reference to this scan:
I apologize if I wrote it in the deletion message for the Aikatsu scan, that was a mistake.

The Aikatsu scan was removed because it is full of JPEG artifacts. See the hair of the girl on the left (the upside down one), both the lineart and the coloring.
Note that images may be accepted over at Zerochan, but that does not guarantee they will also be accepted here.

Your Haikyuu! scans were removed because they are enlarged and, as a result, poor quality (see their outlines).
Your Active Raid and Koutetsujou no Cabaneri scans are the same case as the Aikatsu one.

If you can't handle me at my best, then you don't deserve me at my worst!

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