Re: [AQ_NFS] New Build of AQ 12.1
I am running Win7-64bit. When I try to run build 27 it tells me the program
is not a Win32 application. Tried running it from the web and also saving
the file and running it off the HDD. Help would be appreciated.
From: Gaylon Findlay
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 1:14 PM
Subject: [AQ_NFS] New Build of AQ 12.1
We released a new build 27 of AQ 12.1 earlier today. This build
initiates a new era for Ancestral Quest. Prospective users can now
download Ancestral Quest Basics absolutely free. We have done away with
the 60-day trial period. For those of you who have already registered
your copy of AQ, you wouldn't need to upgrade to this build for this
We also fixed two issues that crept up as a result of the December 2010
release of New FamilySearch this last Monday. And there were a few other
minor fixes and enhancements.
The list is below,
* General Enhancements
Translation to non-English Languages: Moved several text items to the
* Enhancements to nFS Features
Manage Batches: Added a 'Find' button that lets you search for an
individual. If the individual is in one of the batches, the batch will
be highlighted for you.
* Bug Fixes to nFS Features
Review and Synchronize FamilySearch Person with Local Person screen: A
bug was introduced in build 26, wherein if you stretched this screen
extremely wide, the check boxes could cover up part of the dates. Fixed.
LDS Ordinance Reservation screen: A bug was introduced in build 26,
wherein if you had checked the "Keep Together" box, but selected any
ordinance other than Baptism, then the other ordinances would adjust to
the selection, but Baptism would not. Fixed.
95 Year Rule: Starting with the December 2010 release of nFS (12/13/10),
notifications about the 95 year rule were issued when AQ checked the
status of ordinances. AQ improperly showed this notice each time you
reviewed a person who had died within the last 95 years. Fixed.
Logout: With the December 2010 release of nFS (12/13/10), AQ was no
longer able to logout from its connection with nFS. This didn't cause a
problem, as this almost always happened as the user exited the program.
But AQ presented a message indicating that there was a problem. AQ now
properly logs out.
Yahoo! Groups Links
- Several questions this morning.
1. Does AQ deal with nFS discussions in any way?
2. Upon checking for changes AQ does not appear to recognize changed
ordinances as a change, nor discussions as a change.
I hope someone can shed some light on this.
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