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From: Tom Clough <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Use of special TMG features
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 04:35:40 -0700 (PDT)
--- Ian Singer <iaiansingerysympaticoa> wrote:
> Tom ClCloughrote:
> >The point being, that we can never be
> >absolutely sure of any software being available at some undefined point in
> >future. I guess the best backup is to get it all on paper occasionally.
> But my understanding was that basically TMTMGs a one way street. You can
> put whatever you want into it but there is no existing report, or one
> that can be created in it, that lets you get EVERYTHING back out on paper.
I suspect you are right. It would probably take multiple reports to get
everything out. The fact is, I don't do that. I have faith that I will still
be able to use my TMTMGackups for the foforseeableuture. I was just making the
point that no software is ququaranteedo work forever but that should not stop
us from using every feature of the programs we have now. There will always be
some way to access that data - even if it is only with paper reports. I bought
TMTMGecause of it's power and flexibility. If I am going to limit what I do in
TMTMGo what I can output in a GEGEDCOMile, I might as well use PAPAFor free.
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