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From: "wim prange" <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] No RIN one now
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 15:34:33 +0100
On the Options-tab of the Import window is a "Retain original ID numbers".
Did you try that?
> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of Phil Warn
> Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 12:34 AM
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> Subject: Re: [GENBOX] No RIN one now
> At 23:22 27/01/2008, Cheri Casper wrote:
> >I suspect the reason that this is happening is that when you
> create a
> >new database, you get an "empty" Individual Record (which is
> >numbered 1). Then when you import, the rest of your data is
> >to the database and therefore get higher numbers.
> Thank you for your thoughts
> I thought of that but my method of creating a new Genbox file
> has not changed since I started using it 5 years' ago.
> No, I think that this behaviour has only started with version
> 3.7.0 or 3.7.1
> There are two ways of creating a new Genbox database from
> importing a GEDCOM file and both result in what I have described.
> Method One is to go straight to Import Gedcom file and create
> a new database
> Method Two is to create a New Database and import the Gedcom
> records into it.
> When I use a text editor like Word Pad to examine the file,
> (the GEDCOM one) I see nothing suspicious.
> [ I even deleted the SUBMitter record just in case. [ TOP
> creates an additional if you have one ]
> It made no difference.
> Kind regards
> Phil Warn ô¿ô
> Genealogists do it backwards
> Family Historians take all steps
> "The Warn family in Tetbury from 1722"
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