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Re: All in one tree?

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 12:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Feb 2013 1:05AM GMT
Silverfox omment

"FTM2012 calls it's current version of the all-in-one tree the Extended Family Chart. I don't have the slightest idea why they changed the name - since everyone knows what an all-in-one chart is and nobody knows what the extended family chart is."

The names were changed when FTM 2008 was implemented -----But it was more than a name change---They also changed the software and philosphy - so the FTW 2006 tree is not the same as the FTM series of trees

To add a little to Johndd comments

If you had a very large amount of people in your data base the FTW version became very very large and sometimes it would not run to completion. Personally I liked the FTW version better than the new FTM version, except I had reached a stage where the total all-in-one chart would not run to completion if I tried to include all people.

The FTM version suffers a little bit also if you have a very large number of people in your data base

I presently have a little over 64,000 people consequently don't use the FTM version very much
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
AllanMacleod5... 20 Feb 2013 7:59PM GMT 
silverfox3280 20 Feb 2013 9:26PM GMT 
AllanMacleod5... 21 Feb 2013 6:10AM GMT 
silverfox3280 21 Feb 2013 6:22AM GMT 
johndd189 21 Feb 2013 6:53AM GMT 
johndd189 21 Feb 2013 6:53AM GMT 
KATHYMARIEANN 21 Feb 2013 7:50AM GMT 
AllanMacleod5... 21 Feb 2013 9:12AM GMT 
rustyiku 18 Jun 2013 4:40PM GMT 
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