Post by papersmithforge on Aug 20, 2012 14:34:26 GMT -9
I'm attempting to register for the board but am unable to complete the registration process. When I click my activation link (the registration e-mail was successfully received) it takes me to a login page where I am unable to log in. Then it asks me to prove I'm human (CAPTCHA). I pressed the forgot password option since I saw a reminder there that some people have apparently had difficulty logging in using their password, but it says my username does not exist, so clearly the activation link was never processed.
Attempted to register August 20, 2012 under the username: papersmithforge
Post by papersmithforge on Aug 23, 2012 14:00:34 GMT -9
Given the time and views I'm going to guess that perhaps no solution to this problem exists. In any case the reason I had sought to register was to let fellow paper enthusiasts know about a modular paper terrain system I've been working on. I'm unsure as to whether or not this post violates any board rules, so any moderators feel free to delete (or hopefully move) as you see fit.
Post by old squirmydad on Aug 23, 2012 14:10:54 GMT -9
Sorry to hear about your difficulties. The man you need to PM is nikloveland, the site owner. My admin functions don't extend to membership so I am unable to assist you. Your post does not violate any rules, thanks for the link.
Post by papersmithforge on Aug 24, 2012 14:50:59 GMT -9
I managed to register, thank you for your help everyone. I think the reason I was unable to register before was some of the password characters I used were invalid. I followed the rules linked to by nikloveland and was able to create the account successfully. I'll continue the thread regarding the terrain in the proper forum now. Thanks again.
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