Steps To Connect Canon Pixma MG 3022 Printer To wifi



  • The first step for how to connect canon pixma mg3022 to wifi process to begin the printer with the plugging of the printer to the power plug.

    Now you need to press the button of the wi-fi until the light of the wireless flashes.

    The next step is after the wireless mild flashes, you want to tap the button where you the light of the network flashes.

    After the light flashes of the network option, you want to insert the CD of setup in the device.

    Now you need to finish the installation procedure for how to connect canon pixma mg3022 to wifi.

    The next step is to click on the button that appears on the display.

    After this, you need to simply accept the license and agreement of the quit-person and click on the subsequent button that looks on the display.

    Once the license and agreement are frequent, you need to click on the sure button acting on the show window.

    After all this, you want to select your wifi network connection. Once the connection has been selected, you want to go into the community key and then click on the ok button.



  • Yeah, I sent a mail to the webhoster already. Just wanted to share it also here. I will talk to Supro or Mofium about it.



  • @'Nerddesign':

    A collection of our latest store releases.

    http://www.comicunivers.com/2016/09/04/latest-affect3d-uploads-without-watermarks/

    I believe it is Morfium you should PM and report these to. As I understand it, he is the Affect3D copyright infringement agent. Or was, I don't know anymore. Might be someone new. Ask Supro to be sure.

    If you haven't done so already, consider setting up an 'abuse' email address (such as [email protected]) so you can file your own DMCAs with the file sharing services, as no one is going to be as invested in protecting your property as you.





  • @'Nerddesign':

    Actual 420chan thread
    http://boards.420chan.org/h/res/373239.php

    Thanks for sharing. Yeah, it changes every so often when the last thread reaches bump limit and they start a new one. I've been keeping my eye on this one for awhile now.





  • New website discovered on the 420chan.org boards:

    http://www.comicunivers.com

    Added to the master list in the OP. Get on getting your links pulled, everyone. Let's nip this shit in the bud. They are tenaciously posting nearly every day.



  • Maybe they want to be unofficial affiliates!



  • http://3dxworld.com/tag/hibbli3d

    what the hell is going on there? O.o thats… weird...

    got my stuff reported in and seemly they do advertising for affect shop now instead, some other artists stuff is still available.
    whats going on there? :)



  • A bunch of Affect3D comics as well as my own have popped up on this site
    http://pornsource.org/tag/3d/
    Might want to send them angry letter!



  • @'Nerddesign':

    Found this site http://3dxworld.com/
    Lot's of sets and comics.

    Wow, good find. I'd recommend all artists in this thread immediately send your copyright infringement emails to Turbobit. Let's hit this guy and get all of our collective stuff removed before the site gets too big.

    While I'm on the topic, these "smaller" sites that do this, in the past, have completely given up after we've all had our content removed. Eventually, they do realize that it's just not worth the effort. Proof of this is in checking out a few of the links in my original post. Many of them are dead links because the pirates gave up after getting frustrated by constantly adding redundant links.

    Remember, no one is as invested in this as you are. No pirate is as interested as constantly uploading your pirated content as you will be in having it removed. It is a battle worth fighting, and one they will eventually concede. So, as always, just stay vigilant and do your due diligence. They will bend… and then they will break.



  • Found this site http://3dxworld.com/
    Lot's of sets and comics.



  • Still have mixed feeling about piracy, i think greed is worse than piracy, when you greedy you hate piracy, but it is piracy really so bad? Or it can drive up sales and promote your work? By myself, i can say that i'm fine when my work got pirated, because more people will see it and this is actually a positive side of our work as artists, to let people see what we doing. Not? And if people like what you do, they will support you, be sure. Yeah, almost all my first ED series was pirated in first day of sales, and i'm still happy with that.



  • Oh no no, if you check his other uploads you'll notice he almost always does this with 3D. I guess it's the foundry school of thought "They use other peoples stuff to make their comics so they don't deserve credit anyway" is something that's often repeated if I remember correctly.

    He uploaded Merovingian's Akira the Bounty Hunter and did the same things.

    The bigger problem is that he changed my cover by cutting out one of the sex scene and replacing it with that and that's a bigger problem because there's a large difference between "Adventures of Clara Ravens" and "Sex Adventures of Clara Ravens" if you understand my meaning.

    E-hentai forums are not important because they host stuff on their galleries which are:

    http://g.e-hentai.org/

    and the "secret" one:

    http://exhentai.org/

    You'd need to edit your cookies to enter the secret one or I think there's a chrome extension that can get you in as well.

    Most of the galleries also have torrents which they also host. It appears they do however remove everything if asked.

    Still, it's massive operation which is why I was surprised they weren't on here.

    Oh, from the big ones there's also http://www.anime-sharing.com/



  • Keep in mind that, just because you find your work hosted on a particular site, that might not be the very first place it was posted. What I mean is, you are blaming this cangyuewing person for discrediting you by obscuring or removing your watermark. But it's possible the pirate is just re-uploading the file they found shared somewhere else and he/she was not the individual that removed the watermark. I can't say for certain, as I haven't checked the site.

    Can you provide a link to e-hentai that has the forums where this CG/3DX work is most shared? I'll add it to the master list. Also, please let me know if you have any others. Thanks!



  • @'Epoch':

    Hey man, I get it. I've seen shit you would not believe in my years doing this. One of the worst things I had happen is when pirates dug up my personal information and started posting it publicly, including my personal show reel from college, my personal facebook page, and other details about me, all because I sent an email to the owner of pomf.se (now defunct - because he's a little bitch and I shut his ass down) to remove my content, and he posted me email in a transparency report on his site and then went to 420chan pretending to be some random anon and point and say, "look at Epoch posting threats lol"… it got a lot of traction, and I had to write a very strongly worded email to take this personal info down, pass it on to Miro, and have Miro send it to the site owner at 420chan as an email he wrote himself (since Affect3D pays for ad hosting on 420chan, he had some pull with the site owner, claiming my work falls under the blanket of A3D and thereby my personal information as well). it worked, and all of those posts were nuked. Still, the damage was done.

    Well yes, that's exactly what I'm worried about happening. Telling me that story didn't help any… :dodgy:

    @'Epoch':

    Piracy is no fun. But as a new artist, you're going to have to get used to it. It can be soul-crushing, but you'll eventually start to grow a thick shell. I was incredibly sensitive about it in the beginning and wanted to lash out in these piracy forums or vent/whine about piracy on my own website, but that does not help. In fact, as both Supro and Mongo Bongo can attest, it has quite the opposite effect. And whatever you do, DO NOT ANTAGONIZE THE PIRATES. It is the absolute worst thing you can do. If you find your content being shared, find where it's being shared and quietly file a copyright infringement claim. Don't post anything, even pretending to be someone else, in the forums where you found your content. These guys are great at sniffing out artists. It's not worth it. Be silent but deadly. Trying to start an argument with them about how they're hurting your business is like pissing in the wind. Not only will they continue to shamelessly pirate your stuff, they will insult you to boot. That's what happened to Supro and Mongo back in the day at 420chan. I think even Erogenesis started arguing with these guys, and shit got real bad. So trust me on this… NEVER antagonize them, ever.

    Fantastic, not only do they steal and distribute our stuff they also bully us and we can't do anything to them. I used to wonder why there weren't more people doing this but after dealing with CCP's who think we're Satan and now these people, I no longer wonder. Maybe SOPA wouldn't have been such a bad idea.

    @'Epoch':

    By the way, if you ever need help, have questions, or just wanna chat, a bunch of us artists are networked across Skype. I keep it open all day in case I need to chat with Miro, Supro, Gazukull, Hibbli, deTomasso, etc. I also occasionally ping Paul Kinnane (the creator of the Octane plugin for Poser) if I have a particularly serious issue with Octane and need his immediate help, or EhJay, the site owner over at Renderotica who is a friend of mine. You can add me on Skype: DopeFusion.

    Thank you, I'll add you.

    @'Epoch':

    Long story short: Don't stress about piracy. It's not worth keeping yourself up at night for something you cannot control and/or fix. It sucks for sure, but that's just the nature of this business. Keep your chin up!

    Like I said, I was expecting piracy, I can handle that but what pisses me off is when someone messes with my work…or any work, to be honest. Even if you steal something at least have the decency to not modify or discredit the author but I guess that would be too much to ask.

    Anyway, I contacted Tenboro on E-Hentai forums and asked to have my stuff removed and have me added to that DNP list, he removed the stuff and agreed to add me to the list but who knows if he will. At least my stuff is gone and, hopefully, next time some asshole uploads it he won't remove all the pages with my name on them and replace the cover.

    @hibbli: Yes, but it's not advertisement if they remove your name from all the pages, which is what upset me in the first place.



  • @'hibbli':

    meanwhile i also report in stuff from other a3d/rotica vendors, its same amount of work for me and kills some more pirated stuff out there :)

    This is actually an important part of the whole "united front" thing. If you find your contemporaries work shared somewhere and the links are live, report them to the artist. We should all be doing this for each other. I routinely email Blackadder when I find his stuff and he does the same for me, in addition to the guys/gals I can just shoot the link to on Skype. If we work together, we can get links pulled almost immediately.



  • mh piracy is annoying… i also raged a little bit about it in the first weeks.... but you cant do anything beside keep reporting links again and again... that reduces the amount of your pirated stuff available a lot. after some time you get used to it... anyway... its more or less also advertisement. that may sound stupid, but its a fact :)

    i am lucky because i have a few people roaming around and checking for my pirated stuff on the well known sites. so usually i get new "releases" reported within 24 hours and can forward those reports. if not, i would sacrifice half an hour every second day to do research by myself, its always worth it.

    meanwhile i also report in stuff from other a3d/rotica vendors, its same amount of work for me and kills some more pirated stuff out there :)



  • @'Nox':

    Apologies, I am…upset.

    I expected piracy to happen, it is normal really, but there's a difference between piracy and modifying and editing authors stuff in order to erase all traces of him/her. That's a whole other level of douchbaggery. Yes, I make up words when I'm upset. I don't really mind my stuff being stolen as much as I despise when someone modifies my, or others, work.

    The reason I mentioned your company and "just vendors" is that you get to fill out the DMCA with epoch-art, in order for me to fill out the DMCA I would need to give out personal private information to people who've made a business sharing stolen stuff. Do you see the problem?

    I know how to submit DMCA and your threads have been very helpful in that regard, thank you, but the problem still remains for me and, I would assume, everyone else who is just starting out.

    I had no idea Morfium had that job, it's strange he missed e-hentai as it's the single largest gallery of this nature, as far as I know.

    Hey man, I get it. I've seen shit you would not believe in my years doing this. One of the worst things I had happen is when pirates dug up my personal information and started posting it publicly, including my personal show reel from college, my personal facebook page, and other details about me, all because I sent an email to the owner of pomf.se (now defunct - because he's a little bitch and I shut his ass down) to remove my content, and he posted me email in a transparency report on his site and then went to 420chan pretending to be some random anon and point and say, "look at Epoch posting threats lol"… it got a lot of traction, and I had to write a very strongly worded email to take this personal info down, pass it on to Miro, and have Miro send it to the site owner at 420chan as an email he wrote himself (since Affect3D pays for ad hosting on 420chan, he had some pull with the site owner, claiming my work falls under the blanket of A3D and thereby my personal information as well). it worked, and all of those posts were nuked. Still, the damage was done.

    Piracy is no fun. But as a new artist, you're going to have to get used to it. It can be soul-crushing, but you'll eventually start to grow a thick shell. I was incredibly sensitive about it in the beginning and wanted to lash out in these piracy forums or vent/whine about piracy on my own website, but that does not help. In fact, as both Supro and Mongo Bongo can attest, it has quite the opposite effect. And whatever you do, DO NOT ANTAGONIZE THE PIRATES. It is the absolute worst thing you can do. If you find your content being shared, find where it's being shared and quietly file a copyright infringement claim. Don't post anything, even pretending to be someone else, in the forums where you found your content. These guys are great at sniffing out artists. It's not worth it. Be silent but deadly. Trying to start an argument with them about how they're hurting your business is like pissing in the wind. Not only will they continue to shamelessly pirate your stuff, they will insult you to boot. That's what happened to Supro and Mongo back in the day at 420chan. I think even Erogenesis started arguing with these guys, and shit got real bad. So trust me on this… NEVER antagonize them, ever.

    I'm not going to lie: I do get a fast response because my copyright infringement claims come from [email protected], which matches the URL of the website where the claim and my work originates. On several occasions, in a hurry I accidentally sent DMCAs using my personal email and the claims were denied, saying they could not prove I was the copyright holder. This is why you should use Morfium. I was told by Supro to report links to him directly. I suspected that's what all artists were told, but to be honest I don't use Morfium because my copyright agent takes care of all. I'd double-check with Supro.

    By the way, if you ever need help, have questions, or just wanna chat, a bunch of us artists are networked across Skype. I keep it open all day in case I need to chat with Miro, Supro, Gazukull, Hibbli, deTomasso, etc. I also occasionally ping Paul Kinnane (the creator of the Octane plugin for Poser) if I have a particularly serious issue with Octane and need his immediate help, or EhJay, the site owner over at Renderotica who is a friend of mine. You can add me on Skype: DopeFusion.

    Long story short: Don't stress about piracy. It's not worth keeping yourself up at night for something you cannot control and/or fix. It sucks for sure, but that's just the nature of this business. Keep your chin up!



  • Apologies, I am…upset.

    I expected piracy to happen, it is normal really, but there's a difference between piracy and modifying and editing authors stuff in order to erase all traces of him/her. That's a whole other level of douchbaggery. Yes, I make up words when I'm upset. I don't really mind my stuff being stolen as much as I despise when someone modifies my, or others, work.

    The reason I mentioned your company and "just vendors" is that you get to fill out the DMCA with epoch-art, in order for me to fill out the DMCA I would need to give out personal private information to people who've made a business sharing stolen stuff. Do you see the problem?

    I know how to submit DMCA and your threads have been very helpful in that regard, thank you, but the problem still remains for me and, I would assume, everyone else who is just starting out.

    I had no idea Morfium had that job, it's strange he missed e-hentai as it's the single largest gallery of this nature, as far as I know.


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