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GreenFanta

Remove incorrect tutorials

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Hi,

In reference to: https://rage.mp/forums/forum/43-tutorials/

Due to the activity on the forums (or lack thereof), we cannot rely on tutorials that provide correct information to push the tutorials that provide incorrect information further down the pagination. Is there not a possibility of us being able to refactor these incorrect tutorials, if not remove them altogether? I can't think of another good solution without creating a whole bunch of admin.

Third party scripting such as this always seems to be the starting point for a lot of people who have a (dormant) interest in programming/scripting and I'm sure we can agree that the accuracy of something that the official website of said third party scripting which is referred to as "Tutorials" should be inline with the way things actually work.

Perhaps I'm just blowing hot air.

Feedback would be much appreciated :)

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Completely agree with this, the last thing you'd want to do is provide incorrect information to people learning how to use the API, or even script in general. 

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1 hour ago, Captien said:

Well the people should put outdated if its Old API.

What happens if they aren’t around anymore

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If the community is active the topics would be overtaken by the new ones. Just see the date of creation, if its old just try to prevent your reading it (2 years old for example). Also active staff members should be always checking the content to see its validity. You can also help them by reporting the post to grab their attention

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44 minutes ago, Captien said:

If the community is active the topics would be overtaken by the new ones. Just see the date of creation, if its old just try to prevent your reading it (2 years old for example). Also active staff members should be always checking the content to see its validity. You can also help them by reporting the post to grab their attention

You haven't read my OP properly, Captien.

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If you have corrections, then feel free to suggest those in tutorials topics. If its creators will not notice it, then we may apply suggested corrections ourselves.

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