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Re: Tony Creacall, 13th May 01 :UFT uploads
Posted by: Paul E. Lawrence Date: May 13, 2001 at 17:50:58
In Reply to: Tony Creacall, 13th May 01 :UFT uploads by Tony Creacall of 11492

Q: Can I create my own web site and transfer the UFT pages there?

You can upload the UFT pages to any site. Last year I subscribed to FreePages at Rootsweb and uploaded all of my family web pages to that site. See my home page on my ISP at and go to any of the family pages. All except for the Burnett family were generated in UFT.

Q: Is there some other software that can do the job?

There are several programs that create web pages from gedcoms. Also TMG does create web pages but not as nice as UFT did. You can spruce them up with some editing of your own. See my Burnett page mentioned above, it was create with TMG and then I spruced it up with some editing.

Q: Is there an ex-employee of UFT that can be bribed to help us all? He/she could make a packet.

It has been a year since announced that they were discontinuing UFT. At this point it appears they have no interest in continuing any type of support. I'm sure the ex-employees have moved on to bigger and better things. The code that UFT is written in is outdated and not worth trying to do anything with. A lot of us former UFT users are now using TMG, liking some things, missing some things from UFT...

Q: Is there a God?

Probably, as Maggie said, but I doubt that he'll stike with lightning <g>


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