Re: [FHCNET] Re: Easter and Family History - Line disappeared
- You have to look at the combined records in nFS and see if additional
parents and spouses are listed. If so, when the records were moved from
nFS to Family Tree, all the extra parents/spouses will show up, even though
you made corrections in nFS. Just something to ponder and understand what
happens with the program. Other things happen in Family Tree, which mess
things up, when records are uncombined in nFS. These are examples of what
I have seen as I work and help people with their problems in Family Tree.
Some of these same problems will crop up in the future until the tie
between the two programs is severed.
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 11:21 AM, Ken Richins <Ken_Richins@...>wrote:
> Most of these issues appear in Family Tree when a person or a 3rd part
> program makes a change in new Family Search it causes the data in Family
> Tree to revert back to it�s original form losing all the corrections that
> have been made. This is a known issue and the main reason Combining and
> separating have been disabled also why 3rd party programs have been asked
> to disable editing of the new Family Search database. last week we got the
> first 3rd party certified to use Family Tree as the others come on board
> this problem will go away.
> As soon as people stop making changes in new Family Search the problems
> will go away. We just need to give others time to move to Family Tree and
> then you will see that this will no longer be a problem. If you listen this
> weekend you will hear lots of announcements about Family Tree and see even
> more Features announced.
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