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1. I have no problem you offering keyholding services (including paid for services) using ChastiKey on these forums (please post in the "Request / Share / Exchange ChastiKey Locks" board). This isn't considered as spam, providing you're not flooding the board with the same posts, and it's not upsetting or annoying other users.

October 11, 2017, 10:32:27 AM
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My feedback as a KH (after one day) I've only used ChastiKey for one day, but here are my thoughts thus far.

Pros:
  • The interface is easy to use, especially thanks to the great documentation on the website. Plus, Kevin quickly answered any questions I had.
  • Creating the locks is quick and easy.
  • I've loved the amount of participation.

Cons:
  • My main complaint is that, on my device, it's a battery-killer. I think that this is mostly due to the fact that it keeps the display turned on unless I purposely turn the display off. (If someone knows how to prevent that on a Pixel XL, let me know.)
  • When dozens of people are using a single lock, it's hard for me to remember who I've added cards to, which cards I added, and to tell who was unlocked. It would be nice at some point to be able to see the "history" of each person subscribed to a certain lock, or even to be notified "[Username] was unlocked at 15:22 after 22h, 4m in chastity" or something. For now, I will probably just change my method of sharing locks.


February 14, 2018, 08:26:54 PM
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Re: let the keyholder decide If it was something I looked at then I think it might work best if you didn't have the option at all but it would instead be an option for the keyholder when they're creating the lock. You deciding whether or not you want to give the keyholder the chance to decide doesn't feel right.

I don't know the wording to use but something like "Make the user wait for your decision when they find the required green card(s)?" Yes/No.

That's just my opinion. Happy to go with what the majority say.

I'm not looking at any updates at the moment as I'm working on the iOS version so plenty of time to see what people think.


May 03, 2018, 11:11:24 PM
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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers It's about 4 lines of code and doesn't include any audio files (although I've not seen what the size is once it's packaged). I assume it just uses the text-to-speech voice that you would find in the device accessibility settings.

If it gets added it will be off by default.

May 14, 2018, 07:14:46 PM
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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers Was thinking about this today.  Perhaps the numbers could be presented out of order.

Ex: Set dial 3 to 8.  Click next.  Set dial 1 to 0.  Click next.  Set dial 2 to 7.  Click next.  Set dial 4 to 8.

Not sure if that would help.

May 17, 2018, 02:02:01 AM
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