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    Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:15 am

    Guys, I've been trying to read/view all the track design and conversion tutorials/videos on the site, but its kinda difficult to locate some of them.
    Any chance we could get them all into a single thread? or is this a bad idea?

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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrea Lojelo on Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:43 am

    Hi Andrew,
    I think it would be a very good suggestion. Everything that can help finding informations easily would be highly appreciated.

    I've only one little tiny problem lately: time!

    I would really appreciate your inputs on that, if you can.
    Fell free to start up a new post containing links to all the other post.
    you can use the following tag to specify a link
    Code:

    [url=http://forum.radiators-champ.com/f14-track-development] Here is my link [/url]

    If you have any doubt/request we can use this post to discuss about it.

    Thanks a lot for your help


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:05 am

    Andrea, thanks mate.
    I will do what I can to help out, I'm not real savvy with weblinks etc, hope I dont make more work for ya.

    I will endevour to organise the tutorials/videos in order, hopefully this should make it easier for people to access the info their looking for.

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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrea Lojelo on Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:23 am

    Thanks a lot mate. I appreciate.


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:51 am

    Andrea, I will persue this idea soon, Im just drafting it out on paper at the moment, as there is a fair few tutorials to link and I want to get it right 1st time if I can.

    Hope to have it ready by the weekend.

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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrea Lojelo on Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:13 am

    Cool. And If you feel it's needed to rewrite/rearrange/modify something, feel free to do it.
    We wrote those guides but we never had the time to do review them.

    Thanks once more for your help, Andrew


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Fri Apr 22, 2011 2:48 pm

    Hi Andrea, theres more to this than I thought hehehe, but its cool I'm slowly getting there eh!,
    just gonna take me a little longer than I first thought . and I forgot it was Easter too, Happy Easter to ALL btw

    Ive been doing a draft in Office07 with the intention of doing a copy and paste into a thread once Im done, will this work mate?

    I decided to set the listing up alphabeticlly by author within categories, see below example

    Track Design/Building
    Author: Name
    URL tutorial 01 link
    URL tutorial 02 link
    Author: Name
    URL tutorial 01 link
    Track Conversion
    etc
    3DSMax
    etc

    What do you think, this gonna do the job?
    Keeping it simple seemed best, and I felt people would tend to steer towards one tutorial once they got started and where comfortable with it, which was the reason for going by author too. Smile

    I'll keep ya posted on my progress, have a safe happy easter, dont eat to much chocky No


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrea Lojelo on Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:13 pm

    Any approach is fine, and of course the "keep it simple" approach is always the one that will give better results pirat


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:01 am

    Hey Andrea, hope what Ive done is OK, it isnt much and looked alot better in word, lol, something changed in the font style and size when I pasted it Sad
    I did say I wasnt web savy , probably should of checked font compatability and used different font, but atleast the links work

    Might pay to sticky it too.

    Hope it helps mate Very Happy
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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrea Lojelo on Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:14 am

    Thanks a lot for your help, Andrew. I put as a sticky message in the track dev forum.
    Do you think should be there or in the nk forum?

    I agree with you, it needs to have a better layout. I will try to do something later on.


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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by Andrew Scott on Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:54 pm

    Thanks Andrea, just wish I was better at that kind of stuff
    Being able to read and understand Italian would of been handy too I would of written more details, but I'm sure you can sort that out.

    If I can help in anyway let me know Wink

    Cheers

    Edit; Track Dev sounds like best place for it, but really up to you mate Wink, why not both?
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    Re: Tutorial thread?

    Post by M Carey on Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:56 pm

    Just a couple of things could maybe tidy it up a bit Smile Remove anything that doesn't really need to be there, for example the Authors names (we can see who posted the tutorial), and it would be better if the titles were clickable. So if you moved "Track Creation Requirements and Naming Conventions." to after the first set of brackets it would look a lot neater Wink

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