Building a circular deck. advice please

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    I've done a lot of decks but always have had straight edges. This one needs to be a quarter circle in one corner of a garden. Anyone know the optimum way of framing so that a) its nicely supported and b) looks good when viewed from the front (ie dont want a huge overhang on the boards).
     
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    Wabbitpoo, send me an e-mail (my address is in my profile) Ive done a few that might give you ome ideas. Might be useful to swap ideas/problems since were in the same line.

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    perhaps I'm being thick - how do I see a profile?
     
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    Look for a post by (Thermo) and where you see the name in blue, click on it, This will take you to the posters profile.

    (Thermo is only showing his www, not email address)
     
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    sorry, thought it was, the e-mails on the website anyway!
     
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