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    Welcome to our Newest Moderator

    Just wanted to mention here that since we created this new Design and Plans forum, we needed a moderator for it, and Dave Richards has agreed to take the job for now. (Until we figure out the mod and admin election process, and quite possibly after that, too.) Now, Dave took the job because I told him it would be easy, so no name-calling, flame wars or trolling for the first week or so, OK?

    Many of you already know Dave from other forums, but for those who don't, he's a great guy, he's got good design chops, and he can make Sketchup do things it probably wasn't designed to do. Best of all, he seems to like to share his knowledge, and he's a tutorial-writing sun of a gun. I know a lot of us have already learned a lot from Dave in the past, and we look forward to having his input here.

    Welcome aboard, Dave!

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    Super!

    Thanks for taking on the job, Dave. Look forward to learning a lot from you.

    Greg

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    Dave, welcome to the gaggle of Family Woodworking moderators.

    Now I have no excuse not to try to learn how to use Scetchup.
    Cheers, Frank

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    Thanks for taking on the job Dave.

    HEEEYYY.......aren't you the guy that did the sketchy uppy tutorial thingy where the table is flat on the paper in the first pics and then, by the end of the pics, it's standing up in real life in someones house, complete with the soda can ring on it, a ding where the kid hit it with a hammer and a half a tortilla chip under it? It looked just like real life! MAN, that gave me the creeps because of how you did that. You must be REALLY good.
    Thanks, Mark.

    Custom Bonehead.

    My diet is working good. I'm down to needing just one chair now.

    "Just think how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of them are even stupider!" --George Carlin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Pellow View Post
    ...Now I have no excuse not to try to learn how to use Scetchup.
    Lesson #1: It's spelled SketchUp.

    (Sorry Frank, I couldn't resist. It's the spelling ninja in me.)

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    Thanks to Dave and the mods and admins that make this place possible!
    Got Wood?

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    Thanks for taking this on Dave. We are going to redo a bathroom this winter so I for one will be leaning on your skills and talent.

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    Congratulations Dave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Lesson #1: It's spelled SketchUp.

    (Sorry Frank, I couldn't resist. It's the spelling ninja in me.)
    Hey, I knew that. But, my finngers didn't.
    Cheers, Frank

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    Thank you all. I hope I'm up to the task.

    Mark, I don't know what you're talking about.
    I really don't.

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