PAF4 and Ancestral Quest can share the same Database
Just releasedAncestral Questa beta version 3.0.15. See At Since our webmaster was out sick today, we couldn't get this onto the site, but look for it on Monday at: http://www.ancestralquest.com/updates.htm
Here is a list of Additions
REPORTS: PEDIGREE CHARTS: You can now print these to a text file. FAMILY GROUP SHEETS: You can now print these to a text file. You can also now choose to print only notes that are not marked. ANCESTRY: You can now print STANDARD Ancestry charts to a text file. DESCENDANTS: You can now print STANDARD Descendant charts to a text file. INDIVIDUAL SUMMARY: You can now print these to a text file. You can also now choose to print only notes that are not marked. LISTS: You can now print all lists to a text file. CALENDARS: You can now print calendars to list files. BOOKS: For both the Ahnentafel and Modified Register book reports, you can now print these not only to lists, but also to WordPerfect format. You can also now choose to print only notes that are not marked. TRACEBACK: On both the Modified Register book report and the Descendant type Web page, you can now specify how many generations of 'traceback' to prior generations of ancestors appear. Enter 0 for no traceback or 999 for all generations. QUICK ENTRY: We made some improvements to the way the quick entry of names work. See Preferences for these. FAMILY VIEW: You can now double click on the picture of the currently selected person to view it at the scanned in resolution. GEDCOM: You can now import and export links to multimedia objects. MARRIAGES: You can now create additional marriages between the same two spouses.
AHNENTAFEL BOOK/ANCESTRY HTML: In the .aq database only, there was a problem with the marriage code of 'Not Married' printing correctly. This has been fixed. LDS ORDINANCES: The 'C' for child ordinances now shows when the child died prior to age 8 and did not have baptism or endowment completed.
Have fun with the new features.>Snip
. Please send your bug reports directly to me, Gaylon Findlay, The Hope Foundation at