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  1. U are right. I found it in one bookstore for 20 $.
  2. Yes, but you can buy it in Holland more cheaper.
  3. Me too. And by the list it looks great but possibility to look inside is more helpful.
  4. Thanks I try to buy it. Do you have any images of pages of this book?
  5. U are right. But I have only these pages. I hope somebody has tjis book or similar and can help.
  6. I have found these images on the net. But I don't know from which book they are. I search resources for these holland boats. Can anybody help me, please?
  7. Thanks for help DraftSight is installed and launched.
  8. My goal is to build British cutter Grace (1763 AD). So. I took plans from net (rmg) and I made 3D shape. Several photos are here:
  9. Also mine but without success. ;o) I cleaned all desktop /files, folders, register.../ Any another idea? ;o)
  10. I have installed DraftSight after readding this thead. But I cannot launch it. I have tried some solutions but without success. So. I want to ask if anybody has a solution what works.

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