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    Hello everybody,

    I'm the Admin of an italian woodworking site named il-legno (the wood). The forum has an international section which, needless to say, is mainly in english.
    We deal with basically every wood related topic.

    I warmly invite all of you to pay us a visit and, if you will, to register.

    Bye bye!

  • #2
    I really don't mind you posting the link to your forum here, but I would respectfully request a reciprocal link.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Duncan
    Technical Editor


    • #3

      Dont Know About Your Site ????????????? Cant Read It ?????????? Nice That You Invited Us , , Bouth Only Speak And Read English

      Indiana Saw Man


      • #4
        from what I can tell in the faq when your setting up your acct you can select what language you speak or read to have it translated in the forum, maybe Bob can add to this ?
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