So, a friend of mine in Europe has an account and uploaded a tree with a GEDCOM file.
If he uses his software to generate a new GEDCOM file, can he use that to update the tree rather than create a new tree?
International Search Report corresponding with PCT Application No.
PCT/US2013/072200, dated May 2, 2014, 2 page International Written Opinion corresponding with PCT Application No.
If you are still having problems after installing the patch, please call 1-800-262-3787. Updated FTM 2014 with the patch and I am now experiencing the sync error problem--didn't have it before the patch! It contains the following important improvements to the Family Tree Maker 2014 product: Sorry Carol, but what you have provided is NO information to the user.
The system includes a data processor; a memory for storing instructions for operation of the data processor, the instructions causing the processor to perform steps of accessing a comprehensive linkage repository having corporate linkage data stored therein; determining changes in the corporate linkage data; generating a change file representative of the changes in the corporate linkage data; using the change file to generate exceptions to the corporate linkage data stored in the repository; generating an updated hierarchical family tree in accordance with the exceptions; and storing the updated hierarchical family tree.As I wrote above, I spent nearly 30 years in the technical end of the computer software industry so have a very good idea of what information customers need. This information was 99% about how to download an update (which contains a link that is broken).These two items are really an insult to FTM customers. It should have been 80% about what the update does, i.e.When you upload your tree you can make it private (only people you invite to your tree can see it) or public (all Ancestry subscribers can view your tree).In addition, if you choose to keep your tree private, you can keep your tree from appearing in Ancestry search indexes.