thats because you need to paste the link in the bio, not as a social link. But prusa will detect the link as Spam and won’t let you paste it. Basically, Bambulabs is trying to force all the bios on Printables to have a link to makerworld, and Prusa does not like that, so they are detecting the links as “spam”…
Ran some experiments and I cannot put makerworld in my bio, a model description or even a model title. Comes back as spam. I guess Prusa is nervous about the competition. Though basically holding Creative Common models as hostage is just tacky. If they keep it up, I will just manually upload the models I created out of spite.
For what it’s worth - same issue here, Printables is blocking the ability to import into MakerWorld - using the exact same method that Printables uses to import from Thingiverse! Slimy on the part of Printables.
Sounds like they’re painting themselves as loosers?
Dunno where to “ask”. The spam notice says to email firstname.lastname@example.org, so I did:
Blocking makerworld URLs in the bio to prevent account linking is so lame. You are painting yourselves as LOOSERS. I’m relatively new to 3D printing. I hesitated between a Prusa printer and a Bambu. I like many things about your company but decided for a Bambu. I’ve downloaded a lot of models from printables and have a dozen queued up for uploading. But I don’t want to upload to a loosing site. I think I’m going to upload to makerworld as a result. You’re destroying your brand.