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    yea, you can fairly easily see where the stairs "seem" together when chained like Thesslian did, since the top tread is wider than the rest of the stair treads. Anyway, no matter what, this is great work and thanks for sharing!
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    I'm in the middle of mapping a little church and I got carried away with the stained glass windows. I thought I would share. Hope someone finds a use for them.
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    Those are awesome!

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    Wow, much nicer than any of mine. Way to improve on the product!
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