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Topic: Friendly Reminder on Requesting Tutorials  (Read 31301 times)
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« on: July 21, 2007 11:43:59 AM »

Hey everyone...I have noticed a lot more requests for tutorials lately, mostly from newbies who probably are not familiar enough with the rules of etiquette...

Please, making a tutorial is very time-consuming and some people just want to show off a creation or maybe they don't have time or might have a side business going, etc. Plus, it has got to be frustrating when a tutorial is posted and NO ONE posts a followup that they made a similar item! Ouch!

These kinds of comments clog up the thread, and frankly, are annoying...so please, if you truly are interested in how an item is made, ask the person in a PM or figure it out yourself...

I am not deleting posts requesting tutorials, just sending reminders for now--ok--carry on!

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