Shelved by: U-MAD on 2012-07-20
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The word on the left isn't a real captcha. When there's two words in a captcha, generally only one of them is actually necessary and you can type the illegitimate one any way you wish. If there's an apostrophe or it appears to be a scanned image or uses multiple types of font, you can replace the word with something like "bananahammock" and it wouldn't know the difference.
There is allways someone who kills the fun. Come on, the idea is that what counts.
It was more of an informative thing. Haha. Sorry.
What you say is valid, but captchas are used to help digitise books; if the computer can't read a word that has been scanned in, it's used in a captcha. That way they can gather info on what the word is based on what people type. If it's something which you can actually type, you should, because by typing something else you're preventing the preservation of books in digital form, which is no good for anybody.
You hit "reset"