Looking for tutorials for the wiki (step by step)

  • #1, by afrlmeSaturday, 08. November 2014, 12:53 6 years ago
    A'llo all,

    I'm looking for some step by step tutorials for adding to the tutorials section of the wiki. By step by step: I am referring to text/image based tutorials. You can of course provide a video version as well if you like, providing you don't mind sending me the video to upload to VS youtube account.

    The tutorial text & images should be in English primarily as that is the current language we are working with in the wiki, but you can additionally provide translation for another language if you like - optional.

    The images should be a print screen in the same size as your desktop/window resolution. (alt + shift + print screen).

    Also I would appreciate the .ved & resource files used for the tutorial in a .zip file if possible please.

    Please let me know if anyone is interested.

    Cheers,
    Lee.

    P.S: here is an example tutorial: http://wiki.visionaire-tracker.net/wiki/Hotspots_(h2)
    P.P.S: There's no money involved. It's pro-bono, like everything I do for the community.

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  • #2, by ke4Saturday, 08. November 2014, 13:01 6 years ago
    I could do some tutorial ( only text & pics ) but i don't know if my skills are good enough.

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  • #3, by afrlmeSaturday, 08. November 2014, 14:18 6 years ago
    If you know how to do something, then it's all good. smile

    Text & pictures is fine. It's what I always used to do. I find videos take for bloody ever & I don't have a decent mic for recording either.

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  • #4, by ke4Saturday, 08. November 2014, 14:30 6 years ago
    And i can't speak english.. ok i'll try something.

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  • #5, by afrlmeSaturday, 08. November 2014, 15:07 6 years ago
    haha really? What language have you been posting in?

    I can always correct text myself when I format the wiki pages.

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  • #6, by ke4Saturday, 08. November 2014, 15:14 6 years ago
    grin I mean, i can write, i can listen, but i can't speak, it's much more harder to me.

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  • #7, by afrlmeSaturday, 08. November 2014, 15:33 6 years ago
    Ah I don't speak good English either. I speak Yorkshire pudding & pie. Most English speak bad English to be honest as most speak like muppets with horrible urban slang, then of course you have unintelligible dialects like scouse (liverpool), geordie (newcastle), cockney (london - part of it) & then of course you have welsh & last but not least Barnsley. I swear people from Barnsley are from a different planet! razz

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  • #8, by ke4Saturday, 08. November 2014, 15:45 6 years ago
    ...It is really so bad? :-D i've never heard this dialects, do you have some youtube video with Barnsley people? My problem is that i write in english quite a lot, but i almost never talk.

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  • #9, by afrlmeSaturday, 08. November 2014, 20:12 6 years ago


    Yes it's that bad. This guy hasn't got a strong yorkshire style voice but he's got the words/slang.

    Here's a couple quick examples of dialect changes to water & fight etc.

    normal: war-ter, yorkshire: wAT-ha!
    normal: fite, yorkshire: fey-T
    etc...

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  • #10, by RandomExileSunday, 09. November 2014, 04:59 6 years ago
    Well, fey-T is just plain nuts, but to be fair, there's no "r" in the middle of "water."

    But the great thing about written tutorials is no one can hear the accents!

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  • #11, by ke4Sunday, 09. November 2014, 09:04 6 years ago
    I don't understand a word

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