As most of you already know, on May 13th Tumblr has decided to lock us all out of the site and make us change our passwords for safety reasons, without as much as letting us know about the overhaul in advance.
Now while for most this was no more of an issue than the minute lost on changing the password, many of us have stayed locked out. The problem here is that these blogs are tied to defunct e-mail addresses we no longer have access to, therefore changing the password is out of the question and so is logging in for, as it seems right now, ever.
Addressing the issue I have written to tumblr spport and got this reply:
How considerate, we are now supposed to throw away years of work on our blogs (MAIN BLOG AND ALL SIDEBLOGS), thousands of posts, original content, url and its reputation and of course ALL OF OUR FOLLOWERS, simply because Tumblr @staff failed to notify us on the matter.
However, there is still a possible solution.
As we can still use the Tumblr app, this hideous failure could be fixed by updating the Tumblr app with the option to change the e-mail address on mobile.
I shared this idea with Tumblr support as well but I was met with the answer that, i cite, ‘’the changes aren’t up to our department’’.
PLEASE REBLOG THIS WITH TAGS LIKE #STAFF AND #TUMBLR STAFF TO SPREAD THE WORD AND REACH THE MAKERS.
You screwed up big this time fellas, are you seriously letting it slide?
Hey guys btw, if you’re using Chrome or Firefox to browse Tumblr and you get the weird creepy audio popup ad that Tumblr is test-driving, you can right-click on the tab and select “mute tab” and it will mute audio only in the Tumblr tab.
@staff it took me two seconds to mute your ads, btw. I don’t have Netflix and I would literally pay you $7.99 a month to stop trying to “improve” or “market” this website. But you won’t take my money, so I won’t view or listen to your ads.
Most of these images have been published before, but no one seemed to publish the “living room - kitchen” piece.
These designs also seem to have more Chinese influence in Marinette’s bedroom and the kitchen, so she might have had two Chinese parents or been raised by a sole parent. If that was true, it might have been her mother since this piece of concept art shows her father as deceased.