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    Wondering if the issue with the blank page is on both Mac & PC. I was trying to talk my cousin through editing (she did quite well) but had no idea if the record refreshes after an edit as it once did or, like me, she should refresh the browser.
    Just need to know if I should be trying to explain how to refresh a page (no idea on Windows browser until she figures out which one she’s using)

    As an aside – she did the editing while we where on the phone with each other. While it took considerable time, it was less than trying to decipher an email as some of the changes were quite complex. She was able to provide the foundation and include note for me to do rest. And, because nothing is final, wasn’t too fearful.

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    Wondering if the issue with the blank page is on both Mac & PC

    As far as I am aware it is no longer an issue anywhere on any operating system, assuming you are using latest kiwitrees (3.3.9). Do let me know if you find it still exists anywhere, in case I missed an instance.

    Just need to know if I should be trying to explain how to refresh a page (no idea on Windows browser until she figures out which one she’s using)

    Refreshing page on PC is (almost) the same on a PC as on a Mac, as are most basic keyboard commands. The only difference is the first part is “command or Cmd” key for Mac, “Ctrl” key for PC. So:

    Refresh browser = Ctrl+r for PC; Cmd+r for Mac (both have other ways, but these are consistent)
    Copy = Ctrl+c for PC; Cmd+c for Mac
    Paste = Ctrl+v for PC; Cmd+v for Mac
    Cut = Ctrl+x for PC; Cmd+x for Mac
    Reverse last action = Ctrl+z for PC; Cmd+z for Mac

    It doesn’t matter on either system which browser is used. They all use these actions.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
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