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From: Vince Tilroe <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Are the testing companies being guided to invest in thewrong things for genealogy?
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2010 17:44:48 -0700
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...and chrome-tastically slow as well -- "Flash"y in appearance maybe
but most definitely not in performance (even over ADSL). It does look a
glitch I had been experiencing that prevented viewing anything past
DYS442 (I think) has been resolved, but most certainly it is still
wrought with other idiosyncrasies. I still cannot fathom why they
thought Adobe Flash could act as a remote project administration platform.
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.