Well one fix is to run your first set of pages upto the 32 nd generation, then note all your links from that point. I have a branch that extends to the year 6 which is my 72nd Great Grandfather. Fortunately I only have to link each group twice as only one branch of my family has proven fruitful. Too
many adoptions in 3 other grandparent families. Then you set your primary at those points and run the program again, then provide your own links to the new pages.
If you are familiar with HTML you can link it all together with your favorite editor then post it again. Maybe one of those 3rd parties will design a utility to gather all
the data to accept more than 32, web pages are not the only area where this limit occurs
printinout a tree has the same cuase and effect as well. The only success I have had is with the ancestry printout which only does the direct ancestry wall chart.
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