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  • "invalid access level"

    A recently security update to the forum software is causing our tutorial system to malfunction. Unfortunately, the tut software is orphaned and hasn't been supported for years. In fact, I'm surprised it has lasted this long.

    If you can't view the tutorials due to "invalid access level", navigate to the main tutorials page and use the logout link there. You should then be able to view any tuts you like, and won't actually log you out of the forums.
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  • #2
    Re: "invalid access level"

    i cannot log into my tutorial with amy dresser, pleaSE HELP ME!

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    • #3
      Re: "invalid access level"

      The most common problem people have when viewing our videos is mixing up their forum password and the video password. It's goofy, I know, but the forum and the videos use two separate registration systems. There's a reminder/reset link inside the video player if you're not sure.

      Next to most common problem: blocking cookies and/or popups
      Next to next most common problem: using Safari (accidental or on purpose, Apple does not like video purchases outside of iTunes).

      Hope one of these helps.
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