|Jun24-12, 05:20 AM||#1|
Posting to "Advanced Physics Learning Materials"
When I try to post new thread in "Homework & Coursework Questions" (and it seems to be the same in all "education") it tells me that I havent permission to do that. All other threads (for example "high energy") are working fine. Its a bug or a feature?
Thank you very much
|Jun24-12, 06:04 AM||#2|
Learning Materials are restricted access. Too many people were posting content not considered learning materials, and too many spammers were spamming.
One should be able to post in the "Homework & Coursework Questions" Forums, and in the various discussion forums.
If there is a link to an online learning research, then please post it here, or contact a Mentor by PM.
|Jun24-12, 01:37 PM||#3|
As questions like this pop up fairly often, I wonder if it is technically possible to add a customised message giving the reason whenever posting permission is refused, that is a message specifically tailored to the forum in question? That way, users will know the block is intentional and won't need to come here to ask why.
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