Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Trying again....software
- Although there are many good ones and most are free, the one I find
is the fastest and most complete can be found at
I caution you to open it only instead a folder, not directly on your
desktop. I made that mistake and had to remove the 2000 files from a
desktop that only displays about 50 at a time. I wasn't expecting so
It produced these in less than 5 minutes, which is much faster than
any other I had used, including PAF. Some use added safeguards
because you are going to upload to their site. These will not allow
changes without uploading a fresh GEDCOM. Remove private info before
using a GEDCOM for this or restrict the viewing by just your family
Good luck and send us the URL so we can see the results.
I have one up on Tripod at http://members.tripod.com/czarowitz/. This
was produced from the PAF program.
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Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Trying again....software
Date: Fri, 4 May 2007 14:05:15 -0700 (PDT)
>I use Legacy 6.0 it is a free program that I downloaded off the
>internet. I find that I have no trouble with it. There are times I
>get frustrated as when I make an error and duplicate families, Unless
>I buy the upgrade I can't make the program delete the ones that are
>the same I have to go in and do that, but, otherwise it is a good
>hummdingertub <hummdingertub@...> wrote: I'm trying
>again. I guess my last message was never approved and I do
>not know why. I'm not a bad guy and it wasn't spam or ugly.
>Anyway, I have been playing with some software to convert GEDCOM's
>html pages. I was excited to have figured out how to upload them to
>I wanted to know if anyone else here used a particular program and if
>they liked it and why. I had a link to my blog to the ones I was
>looking at, but I do not have that handy at the moment.
>Just looking for other recommendations before I commit to one
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