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A quick intro to navigating the site
berticus0001Date: Sunday, 22/07/2012, 02:52 | Message # 1
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Well to start with I suppose being able to log in would be good!
On the bottom left corner of the Home page is the Register/Log In area. Hit Home up in the top right corner at the bottom of the Dragon Logo to take you back there!
While here in the forums you will also find your PM's.
If you want to add to a thread just scroll to the bottom and type in the available area.
If you want to start a new thread, select the forum you want to start the thread in, then in the top right corner you'll find a button labelled "New Topic", click that and in the new page add a thread name, a bit of a description and the main info of what you want the thread to be about. Hit "Create Thread" and you've got yourself a forum page!
For the tutorials themselves head for the Home page and either click "Tutorials" to take you to a listings page or use the little arrow which opens a simple menu where you can head straight for the tutorial you want!
I think that'll do.
If there's any other info you need just post a reply to this thread below and I'll answer as soon as possible and update this message with any pertinent info!!

bert ;-)
 
gentesterDate: Sunday, 22/07/2012, 07:33 | Message # 2
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I'm still giggling at the "I've been modding with the very user friendly creation kit" lol
Took my 2 days to work out that the reason my self built bookshelves weren't working was 'cos all the ones Beth put in game were x1.07 to make sure the books didn't clip the back of the shelf.

Thanks for making this site Stuart, I found your activator tutorial really helpful. I pester the life out of the people on Skyrim Real Estate as well and between all the help feel I am finally getting somewhere with the basics, your tutorials are written in plain English with little tech speak and to a newbie like me who isn't completely familiar with the various acronyms and verbal shorthand that the more experienced modders use that is really necessary - something that seems obvious to an experienced modder is anything but to me biggrin

Looking forward to getting to know everyone and learn and help (if I can).
 
berticus0001Date: Sunday, 22/07/2012, 12:25 | Message # 3
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Bookshelves?!?!?! Don't talk to me about bookshelves!!!! crazy
All the floor and wall pieces are set to 1.01 as well!! Basically a guide on how to make snap to grid completely useless in one easy step!!

I've got a couple or 3 new tutorials on the list but at he mo' I'm working on an update for the house and it's taking all of my time! It probably won't look it by the time it's done, but it is truly a massive amount of changes and tweaks behind the scenes for the most part.
But in the meantime, if anyone wants to post their own tutorial(s), just click back and start a new topic!! If enough people comment on how usefull it was to them I'll even move it to the main tutorials page (full credit & names, obviously!).
 
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