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iOS

I wish I can contact the instructor, but do not see effective means to do it.

I have a problem with the class "iOS Development with Objective-C". On the video which shows how to change from conventional C code to objective there are some windows with cashed previously copied material appear and it is distracting. In addition, it would be helpful if there would be a split screen, with conventional code on one side and objective on another. It's all through twitter or google+ fb.

4 Answers

Thanks! I cannot find the Treehouse support e-mail. It is hidden. As for starting a discussion, then after many tries and error and asking others I figured out that there is a limit for message length on the forum. The discussion feature does not work for me now. too. Looks like there could be another implicit restriction.

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

I cannot find the Treehouse support e-mail. It is hidden.

It's help@teamtreehouse.com it's mentioned in a few places on http://teamtreehouse.com/support

Wayne Priestley
Wayne Priestley
19,579 Points

Maiia,

I'm positive there is no limit to a forum post.

Here is the link to Treehouse support for you.

Wayne Priestley
Wayne Priestley
19,579 Points

Hi Maiia,

If you want to contact one of the staff I'd suggest sending an e-mail to Treehouse support and in the subject mark it for the attention of the tutor you want a response from.

Hope this helps.

There's typically a link in the right sidebar of the course that looks something like "Related Discussions Have questions about this video? Start a discussion with the community and Treehouse staff. Ask a Question"

Wayne Priestley
Wayne Priestley
19,579 Points

Hey Steve,

The ask a question takes you here to the forum, and i think the link to the tutors is only their twitter.
I think Malla was looking for something a little more personal.
But good advice for general questions,

Thanks