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Topic: Tag implication: shirt_lift -> partially_clothed

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The tag implication #31945 shirt_lift -> partially_clothed is pending approval.

Reason: Because "partially_clothed" means that some character is wearing at least one article of clothing that is somewhere between being on, and being off; and "shirt_lift" is exactly what it says on the tin-some character is lifting their shirt up, leaving it partly off, but not all the way. In other words, a lifted shirt literally fits the definition of the partially_clothed tag.

But a raised shirt doesn't necessarily mean the shirt's been completely removed. If they're still clothed with the shirt, is it really a partial clothing?

strikerman said:
But a raised shirt doesn't necessarily mean the shirt's been completely removed. If they're still clothed with the shirt, is it really a partial clothing?

Yes. Read my post again, or read the partially_clothed tag's actual wiki: The tag does NOT mean that some clothes are missing entirely, but at least some are still being worn; it means that at least one article of clothing is partially off, but also partially on.

jacob said:
Yes. Read my post again, or read the partially_clothed tag's actual wiki: The tag does NOT mean that some clothes are missing entirely, but at least some are still being worn; it means that at least one article of clothing is partially off, but also partially on.

Ah, my bad.

Genjar

Former Staff

This is probably fine.
I was wondering if this implication still works when a character is lifting a shirt while still wearing something under it.. But I suppose that still technically counts as partially clothed by the wiki.

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genjar said:
This is probably fine.
I was wondering if this implication still works when a character is lifting a shirt while still wearing something under it.. But I suppose that still technically counts as partially clothed by the wiki.

Hmm, it does mostly seem to be tagged when the shirt in question is the lowest full layer, though I did find this post

Also, is partial_nudity a missed alias? partially_nude is aliased into partially_clothed

magnuseffect said:
Also, is partial_nudity a missed alias? partially_nude is aliased into partially_clothed

Well, that's just not appropriate at all. With what partially_clothed means, partial_nudity just doesn't always fit, and this just might help explain why images get incorrectly tagged as partially_clothed so effin' often...

jacob said:
The tag implication #31945 shirt_lift -> partially_clothed is pending approval.

Reason: Because "partially_clothed" means that some character is wearing at least one article of clothing that is somewhere between being on, and being off; and "shirt_lift" is exactly what it says on the tin-some character is lifting their shirt up, leaving it partly off, but not all the way. In other words, a lifted shirt literally fits the definition of the partially_clothed tag.

I don't think it would work. Even a character is fully_clothed, they could still lift their shirt.

The correct implication would be shirt_lift -> clothed, which already exists.

absolute_arthur said:
I don't think it would work. Even a character is fully_clothed, they could still lift their shirt.

The correct implication would be shirt_lift -> clothed, which already exists.

Again, the "partially_clothed" tag does not mean that some clothing is missing, but other articles of clothing are not.

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