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shaggystu

Full Member
Nov 10, 2003
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still no joy
indeed. what amazes me the most here is that shewie's the only mod who seems to care about this, you'd think that at least one member of the admin team would have poked their head above the parapet by now. my overall positive opinion of BCUK is starting to feel the strain a little here, which is a real shame

disappointed

stuart
 

roger-uk

Settler
Nov 21, 2009
603
0
long Eaton
Admin are on it chaps, struggling to reproduce the error but they are looking into it.
I've just caught it as well on Google chrome and get
[h=2]Message[/h]roger-uk, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
  1. We are working on areas of bushcraft uk and so you might not have access to this area at this time. Full Members of bushcraft uk (via subscription) should have access to all articles and reviews, if you do not please contact us via the contact link.
  2. Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
  3. If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation.
Hope it helps
 

Kepis

Bushcrafter through and through
Jul 17, 2005
6,287
1,157
Sussex
I also get that message. Somewhat strangely I get the message if I click on a link to an article, such as http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/content.php?r=500-Brazilian-Tarp-Hat , but if I google the article I can view the google's cached version (possible work around if anyone's desperate to view an article).

I get the problem on the latest versions of Windows and using Firefox or Explorer.
Just clicked the link in your post and get the exact same error message
 

Stew

Bushcrafter through and through
Nov 29, 2003
5,385
446
Aylesbury
stewartjlight-knives.com
Admin are on it chaps, struggling to reproduce the error but they are looking into it.
I suspect it's a permissions thing - mods & admins probably don't see it being top dogs and having access rights to more areas. :D

If you want to borrow my log in for checking I have no problem with it. Just drop me a note and I'll send a password over.
 

Stew

Bushcrafter through and through
Nov 29, 2003
5,385
446
Aylesbury
stewartjlight-knives.com
indeed. what amazes me the most here is that shewie's the only mod who seems to care about this, you'd think that at least one member of the admin team would have poked their head above the parapet by now. my overall positive opinion of BCUK is starting to feel the strain a little here, which is a real shame

disappointed

stuart
I'm sure others care but sometimes having too many people trying to sort a problem can get confusing. I'm sure it'll get dealt with.
 

Stringmaker

Native
Sep 6, 2010
1,891
1
UK
Just to chip in my experiences, I am on IE with Windows 7 on my work PC and network.

I get the same message.
 

shaggystu

Full Member
Nov 10, 2003
4,345
30
Derbyshire
I'm sure others care but sometimes having too many people trying to sort a problem can get confusing. I'm sure it'll get dealt with.
i agree with most of what you're saying there stew, i "suspect" that others care and are dealing with it, it'd just be nice if they could pop a little post on this thread to confirm that.

stuart