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From: Doug McDonald <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Are the testing companies being guided to invest in thewrong things for genealogy?
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2010 17:47:20 -0600
References: <FBB46A69C034477DB2E43F821688A7A7@PC> <78EE87ED-CD33-4916-AF9D-B6E7B5AED1A6@vizachero.com> <4B9BFB70.firstname.lastname@example.org> <7FF495C8-4927-49AB-B9A1-D0212A30B757@vizachero.com> <4B9C0C1C.email@example.com><6C603B82-3348-4480-A8BD-349FDEFBCE87@vizachero.com>
Vincent Vizachero wrote:
> Dashboard is the revolutionary, state-of-the-art, and much beloved new
> method FTDNA has provided administrators to manage their projects.
> If you are a project administrator at FTDNA, you can probably write
> them and ask for access to it for your projects.
Are you being facetious? In other words, it is the "new" method
of viewing them, the one that does not work? I have never succeeded
to get the one for Clan Donald to load.
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