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Poorly-written tutorials

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Have you ever come across poorly-written tutorials that don't explain everything in detail and skip steps, leaving the reader confused? What do you do when you stumble upon this type of tutorials?
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#2

Sadly I come across them all too often, I usually tend to move on to another tutorial


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#3

The tutorials that I dislike are the ones which don't have all the things that the OP had.

Such as fonts or paint brushes just because then I cannot completely follow the tutorial.
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(12-23-2016, 01:57 PM)Blessings Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.The tutorials that I dislike are the ones which don't have all the things that the OP had.

Such as fonts or paint brushes just because then I cannot completely follow the tutorial.

Yes, makes total sense! Understandably very annoying.


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Another thing I dislike with tutorials are those that drag out too long. That's why I love these quick-fire tutorials that are popping up of late. A great example of this is with youtuber Peter McKinnon, and his Two Minute Tuesdays.


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