no offense, but in my opinion, you started too many topics in very shot time. I counted at least 20 new topics for the last 30 days. It is great that you are such an enthusiastic Seblod user and i know it is really really tough at the beginning. But before starting a new topic, there are so many other resources you could check first. For example:
the old forum -> many information there are still valid!
the Version 2 documentation -> also a good point to start
Youtube, Vimeo etc.-> Video tutorials from experienced Sebloders
And of course the resources here at seblod.com
It would be nice if you could give other users also the possibility to share their issues and problems :)
You know, YOU are free to post no matter how many posts I create right? Not only am I trying to help others with the little knowledge I do have, but I'm also working to add more to my experience.
I do plenty of research and don't get the answers I'm seeking. There have been ONLY two Seblod video tutorials (James and Lloyd) that I can even understand cause so many of them are in different languages. Also, most of them are outdated and using older versions of Seblod that don't even look the same or uses the same options as it does now. That just makes one more confused.
The old forum is just that - Old info...Different plug ins, old information as I've already mentioned.
The best support forums have many updates on them. Especially in software, one technique to get something done may be better now than it was when it was answered under a different software version.
I'm sorry you don't like to see my activity on the forums but as long as I can help or come up with new uses I will continue to post.
i am really disappointed about your reaction. It was just a friendly request. It would be really nice, if you could read my post again. But this time carefully. I have never said or complained about "too many post". I said that 20 new topics in one month is just too much. And i am sure that i am not the only one here with this opinion. Many times you can present your problems and issues in existing topics, because they were mentioned before (maybe with little variations). It does not make any sense, if everyone opens a new topic for every little issue or problem he/she has before having a look if it was discussed before or not. This decreases the quality of a forum...
I am sorry but it is just not right to say that the old forum is just "old". There are still so many information you can use.
It it also not right that i don't like your activity here. I am glad that you want to help other users. Again, it is just about creating so many new topics in short time...
I am sure (or at least i hope so) that it was not your intention, but your answer to my request was a little crude. May i ask you to think a little bit more about my friendly request and also read the forum rules?
as a new user to seblod, it is truely disappointing that you would respond to a new and very avid user in this way.
at the very least your answers should not be negative and dissuasive.
a simple reminder of forum rules, followed with a link to the answer is all that is needed.
this does two things.
1. provides the user and anyone searching with the same topic the answer.
2. fills out the gaps in Seblods forums and knowledge base (adds the backlinks to the precious V2 forum for V3 users).
For a new user the majority of time is spent hunting how-to steps outside of the seblod forum.
seblod is intrigueing but i wouldnt go so far as to say its complete ( many shortfalls, not just with code) so why dont you take this opportunity of utilising someone like 'dniezby' to test out the depth of your forums and knowledge base.
I wonder if i post yet another topic that i may be overlooked yet again.