RussellHltn wrote:I'd also add that given they were talking about PAF add-ins, they should have refereed to PAFWiz, not Ancestral Quest. AQ is a PAF replacement. Both PAFWiz and AQ can be found at the AQ website.
If you're willing to leave PAF behind, there are even more programs to choose from.
RussellHltn wrote:Thanks for the correction. It sounds like PAFWiz won't be able to sync since it's not mentioned.
Do you know if you can call AQ from PAF? If not, then I would think it's a stretch to call it a "PAF add-in". More like "a program you can use to sync to nFS without abandoning PAF".
Last I knew, Legacy Standard Edition was the only personal database that could sync with nFS for free. Is that still true?
GarysTurn wrote:I have not heard what Legacy plans to do as far as syncing with nFS or whether they will offer that full syncing function in the free version or not.
I'll keep my bautiful, clean, and accurate PAF file as far away from NFS as I can. I'm only going to use NFS for it's primary purpose, submitting temple work. I'm not cleaning up my line, and all my relatives, just to let someone come in an merge and dispute and destroy all my good work. No thanks
dkjorgi wrote:Does anyone know if is actually possible for others to do with the work WE have submitted WITHOUT our consent?
RussellHltn wrote:It may help if you consider that you have an obligation to ensure that the work is done for your ancestors, but you do not have a right to do the work.
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