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Why can't i access certain tutorials?

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Hi, i'm new to the forums and i've got a problem.

For the past week or so i've been looking at some of the tutorials and adding some of them to my favourites list so i can work on them this weekend. When i've came round to get to work on them today, i can't access them. I've had to sign up to the forums to look at them, but now when i go to view them i get a message saying "You are not authorised to read this forum". Can anyone help? I really want to learn some new stuff, and i'll be really gutted if they're gone for good beause some of them were awsome. Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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i can't remeber that ever happening to me but if you send me some of the broken forum links i'll see what could possibly make it happen. sure it's not just when you try to post a response?? because they could be locked and then no-one can post in there.

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yeah how did you find out about these anyway?? and what are they?? and why did admins block these?? but yeah, did you ever manage to load these??

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I had them on my favourites list for the past week or so. They were buried somehwere in the tutorials forums, i know the first one was in the newbies playground but the others i can't remember.

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but why would you save a link in your favourites unless if you saw what was in there??

I do remember what they were, one was a zexion sig tutorial, another one was a pyrochild sig. Either way, i think i have a better idea of what's happened, thanks guys :)

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Rest assured, the legacy tutorials did not teach the best parts of the program. You should really use the current Tutorials+ forum. They've been more extensively reviewed. :-)

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Look, they've been in the Legacy Tutorials forum, locked, for months. If you had them chilling in a bookmark folder somewhere, waiting for you to do them, it's a safe bet you never would. Calm down, folks.

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aye i agree the old stale tuts didn't really teach anything innovative. I haven't even looked at any of the legacy tuts. I started out in the newbie area and moved my way through the other ones :D.

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Hi, i'm new to the forums and i've got a problem.

For the past week or so i've been looking at some of the tutorials and adding some of them to my favourites list so i can work on them this weekend. When i've came round to get to work on them today, i can't access them. I've had to sign up to the forums to look at them, but now when i go to view them i get a message saying "You are not authorised to read this forum". Can anyone help? I really want to learn some new stuff, and i'll be really gutted if they're gone for good beause some of them were awsome. Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

This is so frustrating to me too I get the same exact problem, I'm trying to look at the tutorials listed on Paint.net Wiki because they're so well structured and simple but it gives "You are not authorized to read this forum".

Look how organized this is only 2 or 3 of the ones listed I've been able to look at anyone else able too?:

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Paint.NET/ ... /Tutorials

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Some of the tutorials on the wiki are actually available in

the tutorial section. Just a matter of bad links in the wiki.

Try using forum Search with the tutorial titles as keywords.

Best of luck.

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