I have reported the "T" problem that I am having with both versions,
and the ALT+A+O issue. Everything else seems to be working pretty
much the same as the .17 version. the "T" problem seems to be unique
to my database but the other issue is just a nusiance.
On Wed, 03 Jun 2009 14:40:38 -0600, Gaylon Findlay
> wrote the following:
>We received a notice yesterday from FamilySearch that we have "less than
>a week" to finish rigorously testing the v1x version of the API.
>Sometime in August, v1x will become the production version of the API.
>Any bugs in it might affect all the users who access the NFS system
>through AQ. (Currently, AQ and all other affiliate products are using
>the "v1" version of the API.)
>For those of you who don't know what the API is, it stands for
>"Application Programming Interface". It is the bit of programming done
>by the LDS Church's FamilySearch department which allows AQ and other
>affiliate products to "talk" to the family tree database of
>new.FamilySearch.org. It is not AQ code that is being tested -- it is
>the Church's code.
>For those of you who contacted support and downloaded the special v1x
>version after our first message on this subject 2 weeks ago, please
>realize that we have "less than a week" to do any additional testing
>with this version.
>If you haven't volunteered to help yet, and you'd like to help in this
>testing, please contact support@... to get the link to download
>the special version. (So far, we have only identified one problem --
>this message isn't meant to make you think that AQ will have major
>problems when v1x is released. As far as we can tell so far, AQ will
>continue to run as it does now. We just want to have a few more sets of
>eyes look at this to make sure we haven't missed anything.)
>By the way, this won't affect just AQ. When v1x rolls into production in
>August, it will affect all applications that work with the nFS API. So
>most affiliates of NFS, and probably even the Family Tree product will
>So far, we have not heard of any other problems besides the glitch we
>reported in the last e-mail on this subject, namely that the v1x can't
>return sources. So you can probably just use the v1x version in lieu of
>the regular version for the next few days -- just keep your eyes open
>for anything that seems different between the regular version and the
>special v1x version.
Terry D. Smith and Family
1978 Miner Way, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104-5214
Happy Holidays... may your Family Researh Grow
Researching the surnames: Billedeaux, Hungate, Garrett, King, Martin,
Weale, Trickel, Armelle, Swearingen, Price, Lund, Johnson, Thomas, Eyre,
Mihelich, Springer, Trebnik, Armentrout, Marcelain, Mayfield, Ward
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