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  • I have a problem with AQ shutting down, that I have never experienced. This is what I was doing: First I was doing check for changes. I selected 107 people and did the check for change. 80+ had changes because it has been a long time since I did that. I was going through each one and then I got pop-up message when I was about 1/4 the way through, that AQ had stopped. So I reopened...
    Leslie Vaughn Apr 28
  • Is there a way to upload media to FT using AQ? As pictures are not part of the AQ environment, but are only linked to the pictures on the hard drive, I kind of doubt it, but I am no computer guru and thought maybe I’m missing out. I am trying to upload my pictures directly to FT and it is taking a Looooong time. Leslie Vaughn
    Leslie Vaughn Mar 4
  • Terry If the name I have in AQ is spelled differently than the one in FT, I can add it to FT in the AQ environment, using the review with Family Tree tab. The spelling variation that I use becomes the primary spelling in Family Tree and the former spelling goes to “Other Information” in Family Tree. I just did this with PID L62F-8BB After I made the change, I went directly to...
    Leslie Vaughn Feb 21
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  • Gaylon, I no longer use the helper feature within AQ, but I used to. If the same prior opportunities arose that caused me to use it in the past did come up, I’d miss it. The times I used it were for only two patrons who had no computer skills at all and would not be developing them. One patron was in her 90s and had done family history over 30 years ago, all on paper, of course...
    Leslie Vaughn Feb 21
  • Cleadie, if someone was born less than 110 years ago, you must be the following relationship or have permission from at least one of the following. It doesn’t matter if it is a child or not. The sealing ordinance needs permission: This is the permission level: Un-divorced spouse Adult child Parent Sibling. I had a man the other day that was born about 1918 and died as a young...
    Leslie Vaughn Jan 19
  • First: Do they qualify under the 110 year rule? If not, you would need permission from the nearest relatives. Obviously they had no spouses or children so that leaves siblings and parents. If all of them are gone, then you can do the sealings. Second: Talk to relatives who might have remembered when these children were born. If the siblings are gone, perhaps some cousins would...
    Leslie Vaughn Jan 19
  • When you link from AQ to FT there are boxes beside each entry for a person. Names, dates, places, etc. If your AQ exactly matches FT then the boxes will be greyed out. If the boxes are not greyed, then you have to check them. If you check the box on the AQ side, that information will upload to FT and override what is there. If you check the box is on the FT side that information...
    Leslie Vaughn Jan 6
  • I don’t believe that you can or even should keep the same PID if you want to remain synced to FS. If you use the review with FamilySearch, you should get a message saying the PID has been updated. You cannot change the PID on FS and if you leave the old PID on your database, then you are not truly synced. Leslie Vaughn From: mailto:AQ_NFS@^$1 Sent: Monday, December 22, 2014 11...
    Leslie Vaughn Dec 22, 2014
  • Thanks so much for keeping on top of these issues. Service is the #1 reason I have never considered another software program. Leslie Vaughn From: mailto:AQ_NFS@^$1 Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 2:04 PM To: AQ NFS Subject: [AQ_NFS] Errors with "Abt" dates All: I just got word from FamilySearch that they rolled out some fixes last night, which includes fixing the issue we...
    Leslie Vaughn Oct 29, 2014
  • I used est. instead of abt and it took. I don’t use married names for women. I think the reason for that field is for the women who do not take their husband’s names or don’t keep their maiden name on marriage, but use a different last name. It is assumed that if a woman is married she either took his name or she continues using her maiden name. I think there is something...
    Leslie Vaughn Oct 27, 2014