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Clearer link to Tutorials?

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Offline   missis sumner

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As the title suggests, can we have a clearer link to the Tutorials?


When anyone has a problem, e.g. the usual "RSInjector does not work", I have to search the site for this:




and even I struggle to find it, and I've been here years...

All about the bass, no treble...



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Agree - there are a landing pages, but it's a bit hidden and if you're new or not a regular visitor you don't find it.


In the help > faq

I want to start creating my own CDLC, where do I start?

the link to Check the Help & Tutorials section.  is dead.

In the list Tutorials is a subsection, but it's not as prominent as other sections. In the red box are links to how to use customs, but these are not the main tutorial or help pages, they are part of a discussion when remastered came out. It would be more clear to use the tutorial and help pages and update these if necessary. These links would be more important than the new design and merch store stuff for most vistors ;)

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I'll try to make the point across as i can't agree more but i don't have the hand on those things and it's not always easy to jungle with the small set of tools we have (and some people don't read at all).


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I think it would be nice if tutorials were up dated, I made my self some cdlc quite a while back, but forgot how to do it and wanted to make some more recently, so I started back at the tutorials, I didn't even realize i didn't need to use Wwise anymore, and was able to use the toolkit instead, didn't find that info in a tutorial, but in a past discussion I was reading.

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Just want to add to my comment above, Wwise does need to be installed, and I had to use an older version, This version works fine v2014.1.6 build 5318. It's nice just to add your file to the Toolkit and and it does the conversion from there.