In the end, I learned how to use the permissions, and I'm OK...
Monday, I have a Minecraft construct finished, with the permissions related to it readied and all. I need to replace something that already exists with it. To do this, I need to change an existing WorldGuard region, and then create a new one in the area. I don't know the slightest thing about WorldGuard, and after 30 minutes of searching tutorials and how-tos, I totally give up. I don't want another repeat of yesterday, where I spend all day long just to learn something.
So I look to FL Studio. I know there are dozens of easy tutorials to follow relative to it, and I can always learn something quickly. So today I pursue soundfonts. How to use them, how to find and install them. You know. And in the end, my soundfont player is a demo and I can't save anything. -_-
No big deal, I'll find a VSTI plugin that does the same thing for free.
Every VSTI that I find and add is just not appearing in FL.
So I retrace myself and follow some tutorials; all they do is prove that I'm not doing anything wrong.
So I can't Worldguard. I can't Soundfont. I can't VSTI.
I give up. I'll go trace some MLP screenshot or something. At least I know how to use Inkscape.