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From: Bob Strock <>
Subject: Re: [UFT] Re: UFT User
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 13:20:22 -0400
References: <F253VWRbavjr2hO22cM00005cd5@hotmail.com> <006f01c24f72$6b99e8f0$767ba8c0@vaio>
That is correct TMG5 will not import RootsIII with GenBridge but TMG4
will. It was felt by WG that were were not enough RootsIII users to
warrant the time working on the conversion. I bet that WG would make the
transfer for your contact to use TMG5.
> Older versions of a 32 bit Windows genealogy program are said to require a 2
> GB partition or smaller. Does UFT have any issues with large hard drives?
> The more data entered in a discontinued program or old version, the more
> editing to do if/when the favorite program does not run on a future
> computer. One of my research contacts is still using Roots III DOS but
> apparently he cannot do a direct transfer to TMG 5.x and he didn't mention
> buying TMG 4.
> Elizabeth in Canada
> ----- Original Message -----
> > Still here, quietly lurking, but still here. Still using UFT (and only
> > have an old copy of FTM that I don't use). If it ain't broke....
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