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  • John A. Hewes - Big Change from FTM 16: Not Stable Enough Yet

    I have been an FTM customer since the late 1990's. Each new version brought new innovations and most often these were very useful changes. FTM 2012 is so completely different that it was like having entirely new software when upgrading from FTM 16. The entire format is different and somewhat difficult to get used to. I also feel that the new format makes it more difficult to view families and navigation is a lot more complicated. I find myself referring back to my Rootsweb database when it comes to checking out whole families in a glance. This is difficult to do in FTM 2012. I do like the ability to synchronize my family tree with a family tree on Ancestry.com. This allows me to update the tree no matter where I might be. I don't have to save the information and add it to my database later when I'm home. I can enter it direct into my tree on Ancestry and then synchronize it with my desktop version of FTM when I get home. Ancestry also has an intuitive search engine that will make suggestions for source information, and will allow you to automatically add the information to your tree (complete with images, which really is pretty cool!) NOW, for the down side. FTM 2012 has crashed often in the few months since I downloaded it. I haven't lost data that I know of, but it has been quite an inconvenience. Also, while synchronizing, I received an error message and from that point on, I was not able to synchronize my tree at all! I've had to reload the tree and synchronize it again as a NEW tree. Ancestry.com will only allow you to download your on-line tree as a ged-com, which limits your ability to download your hard work (if you can't synchronize with FTM, a ged-com is your only choice--bad design!)I tried to merge the resultant ged-com with my FTM desktop software, but it crashed after working on it for an hour, and I lost the merge completely. Be sure you ONLY add changes from one direction or the other. DON'T make changes on both sides and try to synchronize. It seems to confuse the software and you may lose your ability to synchronize at all! SO . . . being able to synchronize is a great thing, if it works. Being able to directly add citations and data direct from Ancestry.com is also very cool. However, the software is entirely too unstable at this point in time, and the synchronize function has serious design flaws in it. Maybe I should have waited to upgrade?

  • Shval999 - Great App

    This is a great app, worth the price. I have tested the Qibla direction and timings at different places using GPS within USA and it works. Thanks to the developers.

  • Barbara J Romine - Las Vegas here we come!

    We used it. Not as many usable coupons for what we needed as opposed to last year's Guide but still good. It paid for itself over and over again. Arrived in good shape, good packaging, prompt delivery. Thank you

  • Nicholas D. - Why Amazon rocks

    It fit my '99 Ford Ranger more perfectly than the similar model I bought a year ago from BestBuy. Not putting BestBuy down, but I paid ~$25 for the same setup and it broke versus paying $8 w/Prime shipping. In short, Worth it!

  • bernr - I couldn't be happier. Really covers the floor are well and are ...

    Purchased for my new Chevy Silverado to protect the carpet from salt and mud. I couldn't be happier. Really covers the floor are well and are easy to install and can be removed just as easy.

  • helie - IKEA MASKROS

    I bought this lamp afer visiting IKEA @ Potomac Mills, without actually having a plan where to put it yet. I just love the look of the lamp and I know i would find a place for it, especially after finding out it is not as expensive as i thought the price would be.....nevertheless i got a problem with my old chandelier before Christmas, so when we can't fixed it in time, i decided to place this IkEA Lamp in our Formal dining room ceiling. It didn't took me anymore time than what i anticipated in putting it together and hang it in place of our old chandelier. I am pleasantly satisfied with the all over look of my dining area this holiday....I know it'll stay there for a while until i find or save for a schonbek! :)