Gday from Australia (and Thailand)

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LeonW
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Gday from Australia (and Thailand)

Post by LeonW » Wed Dec 28, 2016 1:39 pm

Gday,
I'd like to introduce myself. I live most of the time in Australia. I have a Thai wife, so spend some time each year in Thailand. Consequently, I am planning to built a house in my wife's village which is in the North East of Thailand, just near the Laos border. I have found it quite difficult to communicate construction concepts between English and Thai. My wife is bi lingual, but does not have a good construction vocabulary. I have found it is much easier to communicate with builders and engineers using drawings. Its a kind of universal language.Hence, my introduction to the world of QCAD.

I am neither a computer nerd nor an architect, so it may be a bit of a learning curve to get on top of QCAD. I guess what I am saying is that you can expect some pretty elementary questions from me. I trust you will be patient.

I'm sure we will communicate frequently. :D

Cheers
LeonW

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Clive
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Re: Gday from Australia (and Thailand)

Post by Clive » Wed Dec 28, 2016 1:45 pm

Gday Leon, welcome to the QCAD forum, hey you ask as much as you need to don't worry about that.
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Re: Gday from Australia (and Thailand)

Post by Husky » Wed Dec 28, 2016 5:46 pm

Hello LeonW - welcome to the Forum!
LeonW wrote:I am neither a computer nerd nor an architect, so it may be a bit of a learning curve to get on top of QCAD. I guess what I am saying is that you can expect some pretty elementary questions from me. I trust you will be patient.
Don't worry about that! Give us a chance to confuse you and we'll do it. :D
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