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From: Nadine Helkenn <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] TMG 4; is this a new one?
Date: Thu, 02 Jan 2003 07:15:04 -0800
The <unknown> tag is not available in the list to be editted. I was able to
create a new Death tag, but then had to change the <unknown> tag to Death
for each individual (that's too many for my poor brain to fathom!)
Thanks for your response. I was beginning to feel lonesome and unloved.
TMG crashed again and on restart would not open the file at all. The message
is that the MEMO file is missing or invalid. Fortunately I had backed up the
file just the day before. I lost a few hours work only, and just restored
from backup. Magically my MEMO file is restored and my Death tag is intact
(it was only missing in that one file, not any others). I saved the damaged
file to a new directory ("broken") with the plan of contacting support.
From: bob gillis [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, 02 January 2003 6:53 a
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG 4; is this a new one?
Nadine Helkenn wrote:
> I think I may have found a new bug.
> I have been working on my files with Geobase to fill in missing info for
> event locations. The program came up with an error and shut itself down.
> big deal, just a hassle.
> When I reopened my file, the "Death" tag is missing. The data is still
> there. The tag has no name and comes up as <unknown> in the "tag entry"
> screen. I have run both the internal and external repair facilities more
> than once.
Go to Add a Tag, + or F4, select the unknown tag and Edit. Add the name
Death to the label.
If that doesn't work or you cannot make the correction as Death is a
default tag, then write support at whollygenes. Sounds like your Tag
file has been corrupted.
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