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You can't start a new topic until you have validated your email. Check your spam folder for emails from this forum or validate again. To validate there is a huge "validate" button somewhere - I think on your settings page - the page about you:

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/user/39131-mmartin/

If you can't figure it out post here and one of the moderators will try sending you an email manually and you can reply to that. But that takes hours.

 

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Hmm, I could start this topic, but not in the "dual extrusion kit" area. In my profile, it says: "Group: validating". I checked my spam folders, but did not find any email in there - but it might have been deleted because I registered a while ago, but never got a confirmation that it would have been approved by a moderator (which the registration process said would be necessary). I don't see a 'validata' button in the profile either...

Anyway, would there be a specific reason why I could not post to the dual extrusion forum?

 

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