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Tom Wightman 116/09/2014 16:41:24
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I hope I'm not repeating something already identified here, but I can't find a reference to this anywhere else on the forum. Issue 723 (February 2011) in the archive appears to be missing page 40, which is the first page of the article on that issue's free plan - a harbour workboat. Any chance this can be corrected?

Tom W.

The Long Build16/09/2014 23:04:50
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Yes, page definitely AWOL

Colin Bishop17/09/2014 08:09:25
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I will pass the message on.



The missing page has been reported and they hope to fix it soon.

Edited By Colin Bishop, Website Editor on 17/09/2014 10:31:51

Paul Freshney17/09/2014 10:44:04
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Julie Miller, Head of the Design Studio is aware today 17th, and will resolve as soon as a practicable. Seemingly to get the missing page the original is held on an external storage server, somewhere or other. An electronic digital mystery to me!

Paul Freshney.

James Mullender 219/09/2014 16:35:11
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Hi All,

Just to let you know that February 2011 is now back up with all pages present and accounted for.


The Long Build20/09/2014 13:04:38
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