Amen,, I feel the same way and agree with all that you posted.

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On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 1:22 AM, Shane Abdelnour <shane43n...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> I immediately cancelled everything and continued using Legacy. I have used
> Legacy .ever since. I refused to upgrade to version 9 ..now  I will stick
> to what i know.
>
> Shane
>
>
> On Sat, 5 Aug 2017 at 06:47, DonnaMR <donna...@tx.rr.com> wrote:
>
>> I do not have a MyHeritage account, but when I looked at it again after
>> the merger announcement, it seems to be a family tree website.  I searched
>> for some of my ancestors and saw errors in just the little bit they let me
>> see without an account, just as when I search the Ancestry trees.
>>
>>
>>
>> I have used Legacy just about from its beginning, through all the
>> versions.  I do not used the search features; I just want good software
>> that lets me document names and personal data, events, and sources in an
>> efficient manner, and then lets me print useful and well-formatted
>> reports.  I also use it to create webpages for my own family history
>> website.  I don’t upload family trees to sites like Ancestry and MyHeritage
>> or Genii.  I want a website that shows complete source documentation and
>> event notes that are as long as I want.   The thing I would like Legacy is
>> to allow drag and drop on the webpages instead of just source code.  I have
>> tried TNG more than once, including having them set it up, etc., and then
>> paying someone to help a bit, but I just can’t master it.  Legacy webpages
>> are easy for the reader to maneuver, and I like that uncluttered aspect.
>>
>>
>>
>> Through the years I have tried most of the other genealogy software, but
>> Legacy has fit my needs better than any.   I do genealogy research on a
>> client basis also, and I use Legacy if the project is large enough to merit
>> it.  It creates footnotes for me to paste into the narrative report I write
>> for the client, as well as printing reports when needed and creating a
>> simple family tree for the client, if the project is large enough.  I
>> create a family file and point them to the Legacy free download so they can
>> see literally all my research.
>>
>>
>>
>> I am hoping for the best.
>>
>>
>>
>> Donna
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