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Can't view Articles if not a member

crutschow

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I have a number of circuit designs I have posted in the Articles section.
I just realized that those apparently cannot be accessed if you are not a member of ETO.
This is annoying to me because I often reference these designs to people who are not members of ETO, but they can't view them.

I can certainly understand that you need to be a member to post on ETO, but I see no good reason that you can't view Articles on the site if not a member.

Can someone explain the rationale to me for this irrational limit?

Wally
 

dknguyen

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Yeah, I was accessing the reverse-polarity PMOS article on my phone and I had to login which was a PITA because my entering emails and passwords with a touchscreen is far from ideal.
 

crutschow

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I though this issue was previously corrected but it still appears to be a problem.
Can anyone explain this?
 

atferrari

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I have a number of circuit designs I have posted in the Articles section.
I just realized that those apparently cannot be accessed if you are not a member of ETO.
This is annoying to me because I often reference these designs to people who are not members of ETO, but they can't view them.

I can certainly understand that you need to be a member to posts on ETO, but I see no good reason that you can't view Articles on the site if not a member.

Can someone explain the rationale to me for this irrational limit?

Wally
In so many forums you have no access to attachments to post if you are not a logged in member. Maybe here they planned to be the same. ¿?
 

crutschow

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I can understand having to log in to post to the forum, but I see no reason for that if you are just looking.
 

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