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    Default Free Architecture Blocks

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    ARCHIBLOCS currently features over 2500 2D CAD Symbols in AutoCAD format. Our 2D symbols greatly enhance your sketch & presentation drawings & provide clients with very detailed, graphically pleasing layouts which they will understand better.

    www.archiblocs.com

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    It looks like some of the blocks are free, as you stated, but the vast majority of blocks must be purchased. Is that correct?

    The site needs a little more work.
    In one area the word "Blocks" is used but in another it is spelled "Bloc".
    I found one section of blocks (Bicycles & Motorcycles) where all the images were blurry.
    The word Vehicle is misspelled.
    It is not very clear how one registers with the site or isn't that necessary?
    If one wants to leave a comment they are prompted for a User name and Password. How does one go about creating such information?
    Many of the main headings use a plural spelling when it isn't necessary.

    What is the source of the blocks? Who created them?

    Honestly, I think the site might have some potential but it needs more work.

    For the time being I would not be inclined to utilize your website.
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    Hi Remark

    thanks for your remarks ,we take them in consideration
    for sources of blocks we create them
    we are architects and those blocks are the ones we use on our drawings

    we just launch the site ( 3 days ) and we are still working to improve it

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    OK, so it is a "work-in-progress" which I can understand however you have chosen not to answer any of the questions I've asked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salimarchi View Post
    Hi Remark
    thanks for your remarks
    Just got the joke of your name
    Nice website but i am have issue downloading some of your blocks and there are many spelling mistakes.
    I add this to my registor off blocks website.
    p.s. are all the blocks free to publish

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    Default Hi Sunny

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    sorry for spelling mistakes. we are french speaking architects
    we are correcting them
    in this week we will add Buildings Templates
    all blocks are free to publish

    can you tell me which blocks you had problem to download

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