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Posted Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - Post #30755
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Is there any problems importing Genopro files from the old free edition
to the current paid-for edition?  Any limitations?

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Posted Thursday, October 11, 2012 - Post #30758
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Short answer is - no.
If the latest program does not recognise the file it will give instructions on how to download the program version that the file needs. You then save as an xml file which the present program will read.
This is not often necessary, so just try it
Posted Friday, April 16, 2021 - Post #41377
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Hi, I worked on a genogram back in 2006 and now that my oldest daughter is working on her family tree, I wanted to show her what I had. I am having a hard time accessing it with the new version of GenoPro. I tried downloading an older version to see if I could access the file but I was unsuccessful. Have file ending always been .gno? The files I do find have a different ending to them, they are ._.DS_Store and also .UGED, can you please advice on what to do.

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Posted Friday, April 16, 2021 - Post #41382
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Your .UGED file is quite possibly a unicode Gedcom file from the MacFamily software for Apple's MacOs and not from Genopro. Try renaming it to have a .ged extension and then see if Genopro can open it. The ._.DS_Store file is a MacOs system file.

As well as .gno files GenoPro also uses .xml files and a proprietary .ged format to store its data.  


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Edited: Friday, April 16, 2021 by genome


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