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It only does this:Well it's been stable for over a month so I think it is safe to useIt is still unstableCubeupload is a very popular image host on the forums (and it is free), though it goes down a lot.I don't think it's gone down in at least a month.
Look at the top left corner.
I can't answer your question as I don't know which one you're talking about then.No it's not google drawings If you're talking about google drawings, I'm not sure. I usually just do the tutorial by SirFlimFlam.
Something WAY better (in more fonts)
I think you've gotten a bit mixed up. It's:<key [alt/command v] pressed?>
<key [ctrl v] pressed?>
<key [alt/options v] pressed?>
<key [ctrl/cmd v] pressed?>
(list :: list)exists.
Cubeupload isn't actually bad, it just shows an insecure connection. But Malwarebytes and AVG might not be happy.So http websites give you unsecure connections, and cubeupload gives you http by default, so that's why it says that? What if there's no signature or post with a picture from cubeupload? So Scratch IS safe right? Because Cubeupload now supports HTTPS but still gives you HTTP by default. Therefore, Scratch has to make an unsecure connection.