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Tutorials On Tuts4you As Pdf

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Killboy

Well, I didnt find any button for posting comments on the blog, so I had to open a completly new one here...

However, I'd just like to say that the idea of converting all the tutorials to pdf is gorgeous !

I'd love to have a collection of all the pdf files as I didnt bother downloading all these rtf, html and whatever in their respective subfolders, I believe pdfs are the better way (see ARTeam) ;)

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Teddy Rogers

Thanks for the comment :P I've already converted a lot of the tutorials but quite a few remain. Particularly those html and text based tutorials. I've left them as they are mainly because when I tried converting them to .pdf the formatting and layout screwed up or it just didn't seem right.

I will be making a quick tutorial guide this weekend on how best to create a good tutorial with which tools to use and how to convert them to .pdf format.

I don't think I'll be adding tutorials if they look like not much effort was put in, not in .pdf format or in English...

Ted.

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antrobs

For me PDF or text or doc, what ever! as long it's clear and easy to follow... i'm ok with it. :D

aNtRoBs

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zako

If I'm following a tutorial that contains code snippets I like to check they actually assemble/compile and work as they should, copy&paste from pdf is a pain.

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Teddy Rogers

If it is code snippets I think it would be nice if the tutorial author created a seperate text file for them... :)

Ted.

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Teddy Rogers

Okay, I think I have nearly finished with moving and changing most things around. Took me a little while longer than I thought it would be on and off. Let me know what you guys think about the changes. Personnally I think it works better this way for everyone (including myself).

The only thing left to do is update some new packer and protector formats to the unpacking archive over the next few days... :thumbs:

Ted.

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Killboy

Erm, sorry...

Would you mind putting all the tutorials in a seperate .zip (for the HTML tutorials that remain, for example)?

Because it's a f- pain to download all the files like css and images...

i dont like watching them online due to my rather slow and still expensive inet 64k x(

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Teddy Rogers

Erm... Have you been checking out the site recently?... :dunno:

Ted.

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Killboy

huh, not yet, no... sorry

Ive been gone for 2 days so no time to check it out ;)

Well, then Gee Thanks for your effort...

So glad i can download them now all in one...

Great, Ted

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mia

Ted, which software are u using to convert files into PDF format. I am using primopdf which is free, and has features like encryption and some others. You can download it from here if you are not using this

 http://www.primopdf.com/

mia

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Teddy Rogers
Ted, which software are u using to convert files into PDF format. I am using primopdf which is free, and has features like encryption and some others. You can download it from here if you are not using this
 http://www.primopdf.com/

mia

Check out the Contribution link on the main page... :bomb:

Ted.

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Guest friedclams

thks for the pdf proggie info

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mia

Teddy, i have a request.

can you please mark the non english tutorials mainly in the unpacking sections. Its too sad to see a non english tutorial after its download. Eventhough many tutorials are picturous i always love to read new things. One more NsPack 3.7 unpacking tutorial contains both pdf and chm files.

mia........

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Teddy Rogers

Yes, I'll look in to doing this for you :)

Some of those files have the original formats (like the .chm file) included in the archives mainly for those people who enjoy other formats or where the .pdf conversion may have become a little skewed. Another reason is that the original was nicely produced and worth keeping in its original form...

Ted.

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AK-47

Hey, Teddy why don't u try converting pdf with acrobat 7 pro

I mean printing the html file to pdf file

It just looks exactly the same with no probs

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Killboy

It doesnt, I converted a whole bunch of my cracking tuts and stuff from HTML to pdf using Acrobat and about 30% of the PDFs hardly looked like the HTML version.

Eventually i threw away all the PDFs and kept the HTML files :(

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mia

Teddy what happened to your site. Its not working.....

mia...

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Teddy Rogers

Its working, just the index page is missing. I've been working on the site and not had time to put it back yet. Try this in the meantime:

http://www.tuts4you.com/blogs/

Ted

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Teddy Rogers

Just to follow up, you can now use:

http://www.tuts4you.org

or:

http://blog.tuts4you.com

This will take you directly to the Tuts 4 You main page. You can now also use:

http://forum.tuts4you.com

To be taken directly to the forum.

Ted.

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mia

Thanks Ted. I had only used tuts4you.com in all these days....

mia....

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