FAQ

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For Gallery questions see E-Hentai Galleries FAQ.

For Hentai@Home questions see Hentai@Home FAQ.

For HentaiVerse questions see HentaiVerse FAQ.

General

How can I tell if the site is down?
Barring any error messages (e.g. 503) the site is likely online. Ping tests can be performed using third party sites as long as HTTPS is explicitly used. For further assistance check the Technical Issues page.
Are there any official apps / plug-ins for E-Hentai?
No. It is strongly recommended never to use anything claiming to grant access to anything relating to the site, especially those that intercept login information. Absolutely no plug-ins or scripts of any kind are needed to access anything on the site or its related domains. If you are logged into the forums you will not be asked to login again.
What is the fastest/easiest way to get credits?
Donating. Users with high upload speeds can run Hentai@Home. Uploading high quality galleries (and converting the Gallery Points earned to credits) is the next best method. Any skills in image editing or translating can be useful for claiming bounties. For other methods see the HentaiVerse FAQ.
Does the site have any audio/video content?
No, this site is specifically for image galleries. Other files can be included in a gallery's torrent if they are a genuine part of that gallery's set of content.
This also applies to other non-executable files that were part of the work and are incompatible with the gallery system (HTML, PDF, etc.)

Account

Can I change my displayed name?
Gold Star donators get one free display name change every 365 days.
The only acceptable changes otherwise are for removing real names. For these you may appeal for a change by PMing Tenboro; please be patient for a reply.
Is there any way to disable my account?
No. Just stop using it.
Do accounts get deactivated after a period of inactivity?
No.
Do accounts get deleted?
No. Bans can prevent the use of features but the accounts stay.
Will I be banned if I use multiple IPs?
No. The inverse (multiple accounts from a single IP) very well might.