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    Tut's forum?


    Only for the purpose of not losing track of someones hard work, what about a Tut's forum rather then spreading them out in each forum? i.e. if I'm looking for a tut that's where I'd go, if I'm looking for a specific question I go to that forum.

    On another board with more traffic, I have found it difficult at times with the search feature to find a specific indepth instruction or tut's.

    Just a idea/opinion.
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    Re: Tut's forum?

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlanwan
    Only for the purpose of not losing track of someones hard work, what about a Tut's forum rather then spreading them out in each forum? i.e. if I'm looking for a tut that's where I'd go, if I'm looking for a specific question I go to that forum.

    On another board with more traffic, I have found it difficult at times with the search feature to find a specific indepth instruction or tut's.

    Just a idea/opinion.
    Yes, it is a good idea.

    Creating a seperate tutorials forum sounds good.

    Could stick a poll with each tutorial posted, it stays there for 7 days or something, during which time users have a chance to vote to keep the tutorial or get rid of it.

    What does everyone think?

    Jason

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